IBF heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua climbed off the canvas to defeat all-time great Wladimir Klitschko in a back-and-forth fight for the ages. Joshua knocked Klitschko out in the 11th round in front of 90,000 adoring fans at Wembley Stadium, adding the WBA world heavyweight title to his IBF crown. The Brit was always the bookmakers favourite heading into Saturday’s showdown but there is an age-old saying in boxing: "Every great fighter has one last great fight in them." Unfortunately for Klitschko, the evening was all Joshua, as 'AJ' launched himself into superstardom with one of the greatest ever performances from an English boxer. Before the fight, Mike Tyson compared Joshua to George
Now if they sign Jason McCourty, they can have sets of twins go against each other in practice! With the NFL draft completed, there are plenty of undrafted free agent signings that are happening in the immediate minutes after the draft’s conclusion. A pair of signings by the Patriots is rather interesting, because it involves twin brothers.
Ottawa Senators forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored four goals, including the double-overtime winner, in Game 2 versus the New York Rangers.