Some boxing fans around the world are claiming that British-Nigerian boxer, Anthony Joshua’s battle against Oleksandr Usyk was halted right on time before an ideal opportunity to keep AJ from being knocked out during his shocking defeat in the twelfth round.
Anthony Joshua endured his second career misfortune at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday night, September 25, 2021 with his Oleksandr Usyk winning the battle with a conclusive and consistent points triumph to officially become the latest heavyweight hero of the world.
In the last 30 seconds of the fight, it showed up there was error between the nine seconds left on the on-screen clock before the battle was finished up.
As shown by DAZN, the last nine seconds according to the check appeared to end in only three seconds with Joshua all adrift and very nearly being taken out.
Joshua’s adversary Dilian Whyte likewise noticed the apparently early stoppage and added the arbitrator ought to have halted the battle, telling iFL TV: ‘I thought Usyk was going to win by TKO in the last round.’
Well, checkout the reactions from the boxing fans below;
In other news, Chelsea midfielder, N’Golo Kante has tried positive for Covid-19 and has officially gone into self-confinement.
Chelsea’s manager, Thomas Tuchel affirmed the news and said Kante must isolate and follow the public authority protocols.
Thomas Tuchel further added that Kante was not at the training grounds on Tuesday as Chelsea was preparing for their Champions League Group H match against Juventus on today, September 29, 2021. N’golo Kante will likewise miss Saturday’s Premier League match with Southampton and his apperance in France’s Nations League match with Belgium on October 7 could likewise be in question.
Thomas Tuchel also disclosed that Christian Pulisic, Mason Mount and Reece James will likewise be inaccessible against Juventus. Subsequent to affirming Kante’s diagnosis, Tuchel took inquiries on whether footballers ought to get vaccinated just to set an example for others.
This is what he had to say to that effect;
”It would be easy to say yes and get the appaluse from a lot of people but do I have the right to say it? I’m not sure. I can make the decision for myself. Everyone else has to reflect on it and take the risk.
I am vaccinated like I said, I took the decision for myself but I don’t see myself in the position to speak out and give recommendations. I think that would go too far, I’m a football coach and I’m not an expert in this.
Everyone is an adult and lives in a free country and free society. We don’t like to lose players but we are not angry at N’Golo, we are concerned for him just like I am with the injured players. We will take care of them.”
Thomas Tuchel was asked if he can guarantee that footballers are discouraged from talking about the vaccine to some abuse that might come their way and this is what he had to say;
”I’m absolutely not afriad of having a bad reaction if I’m convinced about something, but I’m a football coach. I have a lot to do, I’m a father in my family. I am not fully informed to know about what vaccinations are deeply.
I’m informed enough that I took the decision but I cannot tell people what to do. They are recommendations from doctors and politicians.”