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Nigeria not capable of hosting World Heavyweight Boxing Fight.


Joshua Anthony’s minders have made up their mind that his next fight will be at Las Vegas, regarded as the boxing capital of the world due to the number of people expected to travel for Joshua Anthony’s title defence fight.

Boxing pundits believe that Nigeria does not have the type of venue capable of hosting World Heavyweight Boxing Champion.

Joshua had earlier inferred that he would like to defend three titles in Nigeria, but at the weekend he confirmed that his next bout would definitely hold in Las Vegas.

Joshua’s last fight against Klitschko at the Wembley stadium was watched by 90,000 fans inside the arena with more than millions of others watching it on pay-per-view television.
Joshua stopped Klitschko in the 11th round of an enthralling contest at Wembley in April to add the WBA and IBO heavyweight titles to his IBF belt. The boxing world is now eagerly waiting to find out whether the duo will square off again and Joshua told Sky s on Saturday night that the decision rests with the Ukrainian.

Joshua’s last fight against Klitschko at the Wembley stadium was watched by 90,000 fans inside the arena with more than millions of others watching it on pay-per-view television.
There has been talk of Joshua-Klitschko II taking place in Las Vegas and Joshua thinks the prospect of a fight in the unofficial boxing capital of the world might prove hard to resist for the older man, who enhanced his formidable reputation with his brave display in London.

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