Anthony Joshua is the next time thuisisolatie. The British boxer came out earlier this month, and is in contact with the office of prince Charles, who is the feline corona virus has been identified.
The world champion in heavy weight in the boksbonden IBF, IBO, WBO, and the WBA was living on 9 march at Westminster Abbey (a service for which prince Charles was present. On Wednesday, it was announced that the 71-year-old Charles, is positive, and is tested on the COVID-19-the virus.
“Anthony is in the home, according to the government-set containment measures,” says a spokesperson of Joshua, in the British tabloid newspaper the Daily Mail. “He is fine and in good health.”
In the case of Joshua is on the 20th of June, a wereldtitelgevecht against the Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev in the program. Due to the global coronacrisis seems to be, however, it is highly unlikely that the meeting in London will continue.
“there’s no way to get it on the 20th of June, to fight for it, even though I’m ready for it,” said Pulev last week, Reuters news agency. “It will be a couple of months later on, maybe towards the end of the year 2020.”
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