Anthony Joshua unleashed all Britain’s pent up anger with Russia to produce the most spectacular and important knock out of his booming career.
The nuclear destruction of Alexander Povetkin delivered something even more sensational than the thriller with which he had promised to make amends for his two previous routine wins.
This was the emphatic statement, punched home like a steam piston in his Wembley Stadium fortress, which hallmarks his unified world championship in blood, guts and glory.
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