RedSte wrote:so Joshua blew him away inside 2 rounds! Looks like the real deal.
Lucrative fights with Haye and Fury down the line means the British heavyweights are set to dominate the immediate future!
Yeah, they keep on saying "it's his first real test" and then he just blows them away. I don't know how much awkwardness fighting a southpaw actually brings. People seemed to make a huge deal of it, but it was Martin who seemed to find the fight awkward. Coming to Joshua's backyard might have had an effect but AJ clearly looked a number of classes above him. I'm a bit disappointed the fight didn't last longer - to see how awkward it could get for Joshua, but he clearly outboxed Martin in the first round and simply throttled him in the second.
I like Joshua, he seems a genuinely nice guy (outside the ring) and only tends to get involved in talk when poked. In the ring, he just oozes menace.