Anthony Joshua retains an impressive career record, despite recent defeats against Oleksandr Usyk, and will hope to continue his return to winning ways against Robert Helenius

Anthony Joshua has become one of the most recognisable faces in the heavyweight division in recent years, with the former world champion bidding to continue on the path to reclaim his status with a fight against Robert Helenius on Saturday night.

Helenius has stepped in as a last minute opponent, with the 39-year-old replacing Dillian Whyte after the British fighter tested positive in a pre-fight drugs test. Joshua will hope to record another win, with the former Olympic Champion odds-on to emerge victorious against his new challenger.

Joshua will be hoping to record a routine win, with greater challenges ahead as he hopes to become a three-time World Champion after losing his belts in 2021.

Anthony Joshua will face Robert Helenius in a 12-round main event at The O2 in London this Saturday August 12, shown exclusively live worldwide on DAZN – with fans now able to view as part of their regular subscription. DAZN is the home of all the major fights from the boxing world and Saturday’s sold-out event will now be available to watch worldwide on the service.

Joshua said he will not underestimate Helenius ahead of the fight, speaking at Wednesday’s press conference he said: “It would be silly to underestimate him, or anyone. I have to take him deadly serious and credit to him, he’s coming to roll the dice, he wants to win.

“Other Heavyweights that were mentioned, finance is an issue – risk versus reward, but in reality, that’s not all there is for him, so good luck to him, and shout out to everyone in Finland, I’ve been there before, and we’re looking to provide some good entertainment from top to bottom as the card is unbelievable. ”

Here is Joshua’s record in full.

Anthony Joshua fight record

  • Professional record: 25-3-0
  • KOs: 22
  • Professional debut: 05/10/13
  1. beat Emanuele Leo by TKO – 05/10/13
  2. beat Paul Butlin by TKO – 26/10/13
  3. beat Hrvoje Kisicek by TKO – 14/11/13
  4. beat Dorian Darch by TKO – 01/02/14
  5. beat Hector Alfredo Avila by KO – 01/03/14
  6. beat Matt Legg by KO – 31/05/14
  7. beat Matt Skelton by TKO – 12/07/14
  8. beat Konstantin Airich by TKO – 13/09/14
  9. beat Denis Bakhtov by TKO – 11/10/14
  10. beat Michael Sprott by TKO – 22/11/14
  11. beat Jason Gavern by KO – 04/04/15
  12. beat Raphael Zumbano by TKO – 09/05/15
  13. beat Kevin Johnson by TKO – 30/05/15
  14. beat Gary Cornish by TKO – 12/09/15
  15. beat Dillian Whyte by TKO – 12/12/15
  16. beat Charles Martin by KO – 09/04/16
  17. beat Dominic Breazeale by TKO – 25/06/16
  18. beat Eric Molina by TKO – 10/12/16
  19. beat Wladimir Klitschko by TKO – 29/04/17
  20. beat Carlos Takam by TKO – 28/10/17
  21. beat Joseph Parker by UD – 31/03/18
  22. beat Alexander Povetkin by TKO – 22/09/18
  23. lost to Andy Ruiz Jr. by TKO – 01/06/19
  24. beat Andy Ruiz Jr. by UD – 07/12/19
  25. beat Kubrat Pulev by KO – 12/12/2020
  26. lost to Oleksandr Usyk by UD – 25/09/2021
  27. lost to Oleksandr Usyk by SD – 20/08/2022
  28. beat Jermaine Franklin by UD – 01/04/2023



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