“I’m expecting this to be the toughest fight of my career so far and I will be ready for an all-out war,” Joshua said.
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Britain's Anthony Joshua will defend his International Boxing Federation world heavyweight title against Eric Molina of the United States in Manchester on Dec. 10, it was announced Tuesday. There had been hopes that the unbeaten Joshua, 26, might face Wladimir Klitschko after the former heavyweight champion's rematch with Tyson Fury, was postponed.Molina, a 34-year-old Texan, has won 25 of his 28 professional contests and took World Boxing Council champion Deontay Wilder to the ninth round before being stopped last year.Joshua last fought when he stopped Dominic Breazeale in seven rounds in June, having overwhelmed Charles Martin to take the title two months earlier.
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