Promoter Eddie Hearn says Joshua vs. Pulev could take place in a “quirky” location with Croatia offering a coliseum to stage the world title clash.“Other ideas we have are 1,000 people somewhere strange and quirky. I’ve got a few things up my sleeve. We’re talking about castles, plush hotels, maybe even on a boat,” he revealed.“Croatia have offered a coliseum – and that’s beautiful – and we’re still open to options and flexible.“These are all things thinking outside of the box – it just depends what’s allowed.” Loading… Read Also: La Liga: Spanish capital prepares for Real Madrid title paradeHowever, Hearn is looking at London’s O2 Arena which depends on whether the Government ease restrictions.“By November, can we go to 16,000 people at the O2? Right now, we’re handcuffed by the regulations,” he added.If victorious against Pulev, Joshua is slated to fight WBC title holder Tyson Fury in a monstrous two-fight ‘Battle of Britain’ deal in 2021. Promoted ContentSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka TrumpThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Origin Story Of The Best Chocolate Thing Ever Created20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?This Is Hachi, And He’s The Happiest Dog On InstagramCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now And ‘AJ’ looks in fine form as he wowed the online boxing community with his scary power while sitting down.The British star shared a clip of himself smashing a punching bag with powerful left-hooks from a seated position.Needless to say, Joshua’s training video sent social media wild.“This guy is sitting and still landing bombs,” one Twitter user wrote.A second tweeted: “Left hooks from HELL.”A third added: “Hardest hitter on the planet.” Anthony Joshua has left boxing fans stunned after showing off his punching power while sitting down in a recent training clip ahead of his Kubrat Pulev fight.Joshua, 30, is set to defend his world heavyweight titles against Pulev later this year after the original date was postponed due to COVID-19. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
“Another incomprehensible consequence of an unprecedented time,” Athletic Director Mike Bohn wrote in a statement. “We wanted to play, we wanted to coach, and we still hope for the opportunity to do both when conditions improve.” Bohn wrote that despite “gargantuan” efforts, there was too much uncertainty to progress with the fall season and he thanked President Carol Folt for “advocating for the health and well-being of our student-athletes.” He lauded USC’s coaches and staff for implementing and communicating policies and protocols to ensure health and safety, also praising student-athletes for their cooperation over the last several months. “I am very proud of how our football team has conducted themselves and for all the hard work they have put in this year in preparation for a season,” head coach Clay Helton wrote in a statement. “I am confident that we will come out of this a stronger, more resilient football team and look forward to getting the opportunity to compete and showcase all the hard work that has been put in.” “We are strongly encouraging the NCAA to make decisions as quickly as possible to extend eligibility for student-athletes,” Scott said in a press conference with Pac-12 officials Tuesday. “We saw what happened in the spring, and we’re going to put our shoulder completely behind supporting our student-athletes if they don’t get to play a season to have another year back.” The release said the Pac-12 COVID-19 Medical Advisory Committee was concerned about carrying out contact practices and that the prevalence of the coronavirus in member campus communities posed an additional threat. The Pac-12 has officially postponed all sports competitions through the end of 2020 due to concerns over the coronavirus, the conference announced in a press release Tuesday. It will attempt to carry out spring seasons for all the impacted sports should the outlook on the pandemic improve in the United States. “I am in awe of our student-athletes’ discipline and dedication to adhering to all of our guidelines in a profound commitment to themselves, their teammates, and their shared desire to compete,” Bohn’s statement read. “We are indebted to our campus partners, operations staff, and medical team for their leadership and partnership.” “The health, safety and well-being of our student-athletes and all those connected to Pac-12 sports has been our number one priority since the start of this current crisis,” Scott said in a release. “Our student-athletes, fans, staff and all those who love college sports would like to have seen the season played this calendar year as originally planned, and we know how disappointing this is.” David Ramirez contributed to this report. Scott added in the webinar that the vote by the Pac-12 CEO Group to postpone the season was unanimous. Scott said in the webinar that teams will be allowed to continue workouts of up to 20 hours per week even without games this fall. The USC football team had been gearing up for the start of training camp, scheduled for Aug. 17, prior to the postponement. Dr. Doug Aukerman, senior associate athletic director of sports medicine at Oregon State, said during the press conference that increasing evidence of cardiac complications as a result of the virus was another factor in postponing the season. The release also cited the implausibility of creating a bubble — as used by the NBA, NHL and NWSL — in order to play a fall college season. Affected student-athletes will have their scholarships honored, the release read, and Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott urged the NCAA to grant an extra year of eligibility to those who opt out of competition in the 2020-21 academic year.