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The Briton wobbled Klitschko with a left before landing a series of clubbing blows, including a cracking right uppercut, which sent the Ukrainian to the canvas.
Anthony Joshua is a superstar. Klitschko got up but was on unsteady legs and began swinging wildly. But the fight turned again later in the fifth when Joshua suddenly became static on the ropes after punching himself out.
Klitschko seized his moment and began to land flush as he took control of the unpredictable encounter. He was up at eight and immediately had to duck a big left from Klitschko before surviving the round.
And it was Joshua who landed it in the 11th. Klitschko courageously got up but was nailed by another right and another right uppercut which dumped him back on the canvas.
Klitschko got up from the second knockdown in the round but when Joshua started to pile on the pressure referee David Fields stepped in to stop it.
Wladimir Klitschko fought hard but was eventually overwhelmed. Anthony Joshua looked gone for all money midway through this fight but fought back in stunning fashion in the 11th round.
The champion landed a vicious uppercut early in the round to put down the Ukrainian, who appeared badly hurt.
Most entertaining heavyweight fight in forever, and it happened in such an important win. What a statement win by Anthony Joshua. And he had to fight through adversity for it.
This is the kind of major fight that creates new boxing fans. Credit to both warriors. Anthony Joshua knocks down Wladimir Klitschko. Anthony Joshua seized control of the fight by landing a huge left hook to stagger Wladimir Klitschko in the fifth round.
But Dr Steelhammer showed great toughness — and Joshua some questionable endurance — as he held on. He managed to return fire and make it to the bell.
Rd 5 Joshua , drooped Klitschko and had him in big trouble but he did come back and land some shots on Joshua, had him in trouble.
How was Anthony Joshua that gassed? He had Klitschko hurt--was out of gas after 90 seconds. Wlad has a weak chin, but no lack of testicular fortitude.
The fight was quickly becoming a classic. Klitschko dramatically turned the tables in the sixth round by flooring the Londoner.
Joshua is put on his back. Joshua looks like he has nothing left. Breathing through his mouth. Joshua appeared to regain some composure in the seventh, and even began taunting his opponent.
But Klitschko arguably had the better of the round as the fight suddenly appeared capable of going the distance. Joshua had never been beyond the seventh round in his fight career and his output dropped significantly in the eighth.
Klitschko enjoyed the upperhand as it became too close to call on most scorecards. AJ landed the cleaner shots to pinch the round and renew hopes of a victory.
Rd 9 for AJ. Joshua arguably had the better of an interesting round, which was approached with caution, as expected. The second round was harder to call, with some scribes handing it to the Ukrainian and others giving Joshua an early advantage.
Third to AJ I have it , , for Joshua after three. Wlad not throwing nearly enough IMHO. The fight became willing in the fourth as Klitschko landed early before Joshua was warned by the referee for hitting on the break.
But AJ finished strongly, connecting with a nice counter right hand, to give the judges plenty to think about.
Anthony Joshua makes his entrance. Legendary ring announcer Michael Buffer has the microphone and the fighters are making their way to the ring in incredible scenes at Wembley.
The production of this mega-event is first-class and has truly created an atmosphere worthy of what is on the line.
Ringside judges Don Trella and Nelson Vazquez had Joshua ahead by scores of and , respectively, at the time of the stoppage.
Steve Weisfeld had Klitschko ahead Two gentleman fought each other and he was better today than I. But all due respect to Anthony.
The fighters embrace in the center of the ring as Michael Buffer makes the official announcement: Joshua by knockout at 2: Joshua looks to blitz Klitschko from the opening bell of the 11th and Klitschko is down!
Joshua looks to finish the job and sends Klitschko crashing to the canvas again. Klitschko down a second time in the 11th! Klitschko beats the count but Joshua comes in for the finish, Klitschko buckling under a flurry of punches and the referee intervenes!
Another good combo by Joshua to open the 10th. Lots of jabs from both men. A very close round. Too close to call. I think Klitschko may have nicked it, certainly helped by the right that landed right at the bell.
A strong body shot from Joshua early. More of those would help. Joshua does enough to take the round, surely. Klitschko stalking Joshua, whose legs have recovered but who still finds himself on the wrong end of an increasingly worrying jab from the Ukranian.
Klitschko pushing the pace here and the chasm in experience is showing. A close round but Klitschko won it with the jab.
Say what you want about Klitschko but his conditioning is impeccable. Joshua looks as if he took off the round in the hopes of recovering, but in the process Klitschko notches an easy one.
Does Joshua have a second wind? Remember, this will be his first ever time past the seventh round Joshua loses his mouthpiece early in the round.
And now Joshua is down! A massive right hand by Klitschko did it. Joshua in serious trouble! Too tired to move out of the line of fire.
No legs, breathing through his mouth heavily. A hugely compelling fight is unfolding here at Wembley. Klitschko is down early in the fifth!
Looks like a left hook did it, but really it was the accumulation of quick punches. But now it looks like Joshua is gassed after trying to close for the big finish.
Joshua looks tired as Klitschko is getting his feet back. Joshua takes a massive left hand. Only the third time Joshua has been past the third round.
Klitschko scoring early with a sharp right. Then he cracks Joshua again with a punch that prompts a collective groan from the crowd.
Joshua answers with a hook followed by a right hand. A nice counter right by Joshua. The fighters are starting to let their hands go early in the round and the potential for fireworks looms.
Joshua finally uncorks a right uppercut but misses the target, but even the missed power shot stirs the crowd to the back rows.
Klitschko still bouncing on the balls of his feet, looking fresh. Another close round but Joshua takes it for pressing the fight. Klitschko scoring with right-hand leads early in the second.
A good straight right from the Ukranian.