There’s just no stopping Anthony Joshua right now. Despite him still needing to step into the ring once more before the end of the year, there’s already talk of a fight on the cards between himself and Wladimir Klitschko in 2017.
Before then, though, he’ll face a tough contender for the IBF World Heavyweight title in Eric Molina this weekend.
34-year-old Molina is 10/1 to cause an upset at the Manchester Arena, and he has very little chance of doing exactly that, according to Twitter.
Ladbrokes News takes a look at how the boxing world is preparing for this one, and we begin with AJ himself…
Safe to say he’s looking in good shape!
— Anthony Joshua (@anthonyfjoshua) November 23, 2016
Meanwhile, it’s 12/1 for Molina to win by KO, TKO or DQ…
— Eric Molina (@TDBBoxing) December 5, 2016
Well, at least Damon’s night is sorted!
— damon john benn (@damonb89) December 8, 2016
@Hank_nsno must have some pretty exciting paint, that’s all we can say!
— hank_nsno (@Hank_nsno) December 8, 2016
Dereck Chisora v Dillian Whyte, Callum Smith v Luke Blackledge, Katie Taylor v Viviane Obenauf. We’re not disagreeing with you here!
Undercard boxing looking good for Saturday night! https://t.co/IOHHzdJU6e
— The Golden Lion (@goldenlion_bex) December 8, 2016
A 25-3 record with 19 KOs suggests Eric Molina is very much ‘someone real’!
— Dolceboy jk (@akadolce) December 8, 2016
Bold words, Lenny! Although if you’re interested, 5/1 says AJ gets this fight finished in Round One…
Took few minutes of my precious time and watched some of Eric_Molina clips, That man is too weak to fight #AnthonyJoshua‘
— Lenny!! (@LennoxMaluleka) December 8, 2016
So where’s your money going in this one?
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing