Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam

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Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam Live

When: Saturday, Oct. 28 at 5 p.m. ET

Where: Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales

TV: Showtime (US), Sky Sports Box Office (UK, pay-per-view)

Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam

Fight night is replaced by fight afternoon on Saturday, as Anthony Joshua is putting his IBF and IBO heavyweight titles and an undefeated record on the line against Carlos Takam. The fight, taking place in Wales, will be shown on Showtime and was scheduled after Kubrat Pulev had to withdraw from facing Joshua because of a shoulder injury. Joshua is the favorite heading in, but Takam has experience on his side. The size and youth of Joshua, however, will be a difficult obstacle to overcome.

Also on the card: Kal Yafai (22-0, 14 KO) defends the WBA super flyweight title against Sho Ishida (24-0, 13 KO) … Dillian Whyte (21-1, 16 KO) takes on Robert Helenius (25-1, 16 KO) in a fight for the WBC “silver” heavyweight title … Frank Buglioni (20-2-1, 15 KO) defends the British light heavyweight title against Craig Richards (10-0, 4 KO) … and Katie Taylor (6-0, 4 KO) goes for her first world title, challenging WBA lightweight champion Anahi Esther Sanchez (17-2, 9 KO).

Anthony Joshua is back in the ring on Saturday, ready to defend his three titles for the first time since defeating the great Wladimir Klitschko in a thrilling, back-and-forth bout in April.

The fight against Klitschko was far and away the toughest of Joshua’s career. He was knocked down for the first time in his career in the sixth round, only to storm back and get two knockdowns in the 11th before forcing the referee to stop the contest for a TKO win.

For an encore, Joshua—who holds the IBF, IBO and WBA world heavyweight titles—will take on Carlos Takam, a veteran boxer who has won his last two bouts by knockout. Takam stepped in with about two weeks’ notice as a late replacement for the injured Kubrat Pulev, who hurt his shoulder in training, per the Press Association (via the Guardian).

Having established himself as the man to beat in the heavyweight ranks, Joshua is all set to capitalize on his abilities and grow into a superstar known the world over. To get there, though, he will have to impress against opponents like Takam.

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