Radio coverage of Anthony Joshua vs. Oleksandr Usyk: How to Listen to Fight Commentary


Radio coverage of Anthony Joshua vs. Oleksandr Usyk: How to Listen to Fight Commentary

Tonight, British world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua takes on challenger Oleksandr Usyk, with Sky Sports and BBC Sport providing coverage.

At the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tonight, Anthony Joshua will finally face Oleksandr Usyk in their world heavyweight championship clash. The WBA, WBA, and IBF world titles will be on the line when the Brit takes on the Ukrainian.

Joshua hasn’t fought since knocking out Kubrat Pulev in the ninth round in December 2020.

=He’s trimmed down since a slimmer frame allows for more speed, which ‘AJ’ has made plain is his preferred weapon.

Joshua has been training with amateurs in an attempt to mimic his opponent’s style, but Usyk believes that such fighters would fail to match his directness and speed.

“I am confident that I will win, and my compatriots and supporters are as well,” the Ukrainian warned. “I’ll do everything I can to win, but don’t brag about it at every opportunity.”

“At this point in my career, this is my most important battle.” My opponent is an Olympic gold medalist who also holds three world titles. He’s a kind guy.

“However, I feel he has struggled to find any training or sparring partners to assist him prepare for me.”

What is the best way to listen to Joshua vs Usyk on the radio?

The event will be shown live across the UK on Sky Sports Box Office commencing at 6 p.m. tonight.

Not everyone, however, will be able to see the bout, which will cost £24.95.

Radio is an excellent way to stay up to current on the action, and fans in the United Kingdom may listen to live coverage for free.

From 10pm GMT, BBC Radio 5 Live will broadcast live commentary of Joshua vs Usyk.

Fans may listen to the coverage on analogue and digital radio, as well as live stream the commentary on the BBC website.

Joshua is the overwhelming favorite to defend his championships, and the world champion has downplayed the magnitude of the event.

He explained, “I don’t fight good fighters because I want people to admire me or anything like that.” “It’s not difficult.” To be honest, if you told me I was going to face King Kong, I’d jump at the chance.

“This is my job, and it’s an opportunity for me to work.” “Brinkwire Summary News”. I’m merely going to work, he’s going to work.


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