Anthony Joshua Self-isolated in quarantine
Anthony Joshua went into self-isolation after Prince Charles tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday. Joshua spent some time with the prince on March 9, but it is unclear whether the prince was infected with the virus at the time.
According to a Joshua spokesman, the heavyweight champion remained “healthy and healthy” despite having contacted Prince Charles just a few weeks before the heir to the throne was positive for a coronavirus test.
The world heavyweight champion is following government guidelines on self-isolation, but has not shown symptoms of a fatal illness that could derail his imminent battle with Kubrat Pulev.
On Wednesday, Prince Charles became the most high-profile member of the UK’s Coronavirus Infection Agency, and Clarence House announced that the 71-year-old has been showing mild symptoms and “otherwise”.
Joshua will defend his IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on June 20 against the mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev. However, the coronavirus may delay this round and postpone the All England battle with WBC champion Tyson Fury until the earliest next year.
In a series of Twitter posts on Tuesday, Joshua thanked everyone involved in the fight against the corona virus, saying: “It’s frustrating to see people give everything at once to keep us safe.
Yelling at everyone on the front line. “We see you, we thank you, we thank you, we are in here for you!”
Helenius warns that he is coming: I will defeat Anthony Joshua!
Heavyweight contender Robert Helenius won the victory with an undefeated lead contender Adam Kownacki after winning the WBA knockout.
Helenius dropped Townacki twice before stopping him in the fourth round at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Helenius believes that there is still a long way to go before WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion Anthony Boshua fight for the world championship.
Helenius is very familiar with Joshua, as the two boxers have fought each other in the past.
The Viking warriors were shocked when Joshua dropped four times and stopped in seven rounds in June 2019. Joshua took revenge in the quarter-finals in December and made a decisive twelve rounds of unanimous decision.
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