Panel: How do you are feeling about Anthony Joshua preventing Jermaine Franklin in April?

Marcus Morrison (Middleweight contender)

It doesn’t curiosity me within the slightest and I wouldn’t be fussed if I missed it. I fully perceive that he’s coming off back-to-back losses to Oleksandr Usyk, however Joshua’s a former unified world champion who has constantly fought at world degree, and the Franklin combat simply isn’t adequate for the paying combat followers, particularly if he’s on the hunt to get his titles again. I’d a lot slightly see the Dillian Whyte rematch, and I believe a number of the boxing world agree.

Gary Logan (Former Southern Space welterweight champion)

I’m proud of it. AJ remains to be marketable and impressive. Dillian Whyte struggled with Franklin, so AJ having a possible emphatic win over Franklin units him up properly for future fights, notably the Whyte rematch – if Whyte will get one other good win additionally.

Michael Conlan (Featherweight contender)

I prefer it. I believe it’s the proper opponent for Joshua to return again towards. It’s not a simple combat however it’s one he ought to win. He’ll face a recreation opponent in Franklin who will make him work for the whole lot. Good matchmaking.

Chris McKenna (Journalist)

It’s combat to return again with given he’s on the again of two defeats and altering trainers – and the brand new coach didn’t need a southpaw. However he ought to be preventing Deontay Wilder in the summertime subsequent and never Dillian Whyte, who’s of an identical degree to Franklin.

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