Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury - some of the most popular boxers from the UK today - apparently scheduled to have a match this December. I'm curious about what people think of this fight, I'll go into the basic styles of both boxer's and their records:
Anthony Joshua "AJ"
Total Bouts: 25
AJ is a master at the fundamentals - he uses jabs with textbook efficiency, for offense (applying pressure) and for defense (creating distance). He's a patient fighter who waits for openings and goes in with extremely powerful hooks. Especially with his progressively lower weights in his most recent fights, he is able to bob and weave most punches, and he can effectively cut off the ring. AJ uses textbook offence to dominate the rounds, and his patient but ferocious power to finish his opponents.
Tyson Fury "The Gypsie King"
Total Bouts: 31
Tyson is... unpredictable, that's the best way to describe the heavyweight; however, one can pin down his best features - that most certainly being his defensive fighting. He has masterful leg movement and is a master feinter, that along with his huge reach and height advantage makes him one of the hardest boxers to hit consistently. He uses his unpredictable nature to keep his opponent on the backfoot, keep them thinking and not fighting - using his signature unpredictable nature he takes advantage and wins.
What do people think about this potential megafight? I'm very curious