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Anthony Joshua & Francis Ngannou sparring partner predicts fight

Anthony Joshua & Francis Ngannou sparring partner predicts fight

Matty Harris has shared the ring with both AJ and Ngannou and in his opinion, there’s a clear winner.
 A boxer who has sparred with BOTH Anthony Joshua and Francis Ngannou has predicted their upcoming fight in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
 The two will share the ring on the 8th of March, and according to Matty Harris, there’s a clear winner.
The highly anticipated fight between Anthony Joshua and Francis Ngannou is less than two weeks away now, and a heavyweight fighter who has sparred with both men believes that there is going to be a clear winner.
Former UFC star Ngannou is getting back in the ring following his controversial fight with Tyson Fury, hoping to shock the boxing world once again, but this time, come away with his first professional win. The Cameroonian managed to drop The Gypsy King to the canvas during his debut in the sport, but couldn’t get the job done as the fight went the way of the Brit via the judges’ scorecards.
Joshua, meanwhile, comes into this fight off the back of three wins on the bounce, defeating Otto Wallin, Robert Helenius, and Jermaine Franklin last year, with Ngannou being his first bout of 2024.
British heavyweight fighter Matty Harris, who currently has a record of 5-1 with four first-round knockouts, has sparred both men and has no doubts about who will come out on top.
In an interview with Seconds Out, Harris said: “AJ goes through him. The thing about Ngannou that is quite challenging, I suppose, is his physical strength. He is incredibly physically strong.
“You know when you first clash with someone, you get into that first clinch, I imagine that might have caught Fury by surprise. He’s an incredibly strong individual and when I met him, his abs were popping through his top. I’ve never seen anyone built so strong. I remember when he grabbed me during a spar, in a little bit of a clinch, and I had never felt like such a victim in all of my life.”

Author: Linda .R. Jones

Senior Writer

London,UK