Anthony Joshua: The Road to Klitschko

2017

Biography / Documentary / Sport

50
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 409

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Noel Clarke as Self - Narrator
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709.33 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
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23.976 fps
59 min
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1.29 GB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
59 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by atekasiddiq 7 / 10 / 10

Only a highlight of what AJ has achieved so far.

Such pure content. This movie makes you truly realize how down to earth Anthony Joshua really is. And not only that, he's born to be in the ring. He's born to achieve that level of status only because he shows that he deserves it. This movie brings out all kinds of emotions in the audience, from sarcasm of AJ to the true passion he has for boxing. To put aside the very factor of him being a boxer, he admires the love and support of the people, of those people who supported him when he was nothing. And this movie highlights very little of that, but it does and it's just an overwhelming factor about AJ. A truly remarkable human being.

Reviewed by Prismark10 / 10

Going for the crown

Anthony Joshua is regarded as the future of heavyweight boxing. An Olympic champion, photogenic, feet to the ground and charming. He has enough of a past as a youth in Watford to give him the 'bad boy done good' image. It also helps he can string a few sentences together. A film crew followed him for two years right up to the build up of the Wladimir Klitschko fight in April 2017 giving the crew unique access to Joshua, his crew and management team. What we see is an happy go lucky guy, blessed with skills and hard work. Some of those training sessions looked painful. Twelve weeks of intense training just to get ready for a fight. Joshua even managed to state unconvincingly he enjoyed the training. The documentary gives a brief run down of Joshua's boxing career so far, his early fights, his IBF world title victory and early defences of that title. Joshua's nice guy image is cemented by being comfortable in promoting himself and his fights. His easy going manner when he meets other celebrities such as Dwayne Johnson, talking about their kids. Also his refusal to engage in trash talking his opponent such as for the Klitschko fight where both men have mutual respect for each other. Maybe the documentary had a share of promotional puff about it when it needed to go more in depth.

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