MAFB Math: Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk
Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Uysk delivered the fight that most had expected – a tactical chess match with the highest stakes on offer. Something was off on the night for the beloved Brit. Many factors could explain the champ’s strange performance: the ghosts of Ruiz, poor game planning by Rob McCracken or an insurmountable ego. Whatever the reason, AJ fought the ideal fight for Usyk. Happy to trade on the outside, AJ never utilised his size or power effectively thus allowing the Ukrainian to dance around him and expose his woeful footwork. Big scores for the newly crowned Heavyweight king, after a majestic performance on Saturday.
Catch up on the preview and predictions for Matchroom: Joshua vs Usyk if you haven’t already, and have a good old laugh at our expense.
Want to rejog the memory over the week’s events? Trim the fat and jump straight to the fight of the night, fighters to watch and path the future for all fighters involved on MAFB: Joshua vs Usyk.
1 – Incompetent Amateur (First-Timer, Regional Can)
5 – Average Proficiency (Feeder League Elite, UFC Unranked Standard)
10– Prodigious (Expert, GOAT)
N/A or Blank– Categories that weren’t touched upon during the fight
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