Anthony Joshua reveals how Tony Bellew can defeat Oleksandr Usyk

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"Without any doubt this is the biggest fight I've been involved in", revealed Coldwell during a quiet moment away from the typical hysteria of fight week. I've watched enough of him now to know that there are opportunities for Tony to have a big say in this fight and if he gets it right and does everything we've worked on then a lot of people are going to be surprised.

A London 2012 gold medallist, Usyk has continued to dominate opponents in the pro ranks, and Froch admits Bellew might have to concede early rounds before he begins to implement his own tactics.

"Bellew is a good boxer, a very intelligent boxer", said Stevenson.

The Canaries announced that an evening with Merseyside slugger Tony Bellew is scheduled for Friday, February 22, with commercial manager Phil Jones set to release ticket details and further information in the coming weeks.

Every time you fight you take it seriously, but when you've had a few world title fights, it can get a little bit monotonous.

Although Tony has fought at Heavyweight in his last two fights, I was naturally a cruiserweight, I only moved up to Heavyweight once I had unified the division. This guy is a better fighter than me, he is, I have no problem saying that.

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"I don't know how or when, or at what stage it will happen". Has he faced a man that can match him for speed because I can match him for speed.

Hopefully, by rounds 7-12 you'd be putting the pressure and heat on him, if you get caught with a shot early, you're not going to leave yourself open to it again.

Froch said: Whatever is happening early on, if you're getting out-jabbed, if you can not get to him, don't forget it's a 12-round fight. Then, from an entertaining point of view, Usyk is like a ideal boxer, so I hope Bellew is working on his counter-punches as well, because that's the way to knock him out - let him tippy-tap and then explode.

WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson would love to get a rematch with Tony Bellew - if they both win their upcoming fights.

I don't want to say it will be his last fight, because he probably will have to defend them then, that would be wonderful. Book it online here.

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