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LEWIS-RAHMAN MARK II?

LETTERS

WITH the forthcoming Anthony Joshua-Jarrell Miller fight, and the media coverage so far, it has got me feeling that I’m in a time warp.

I really hope I’m wrong, but it feels to me so reminiscent of the first fight between Lennox Lewis and Hasim Rahman in 2001, where there was of course an almighty upset, because Lennox did not go into the fight with his mind on the job at hand. I do hope Joshua will be taking this fight seriously, because although Miller’s record does not indicate that he is anything special, the reality is that if a 300-pound-plus guy hits you on the chin, it’s going to hurt. So a word of warning to Joshua – keep focused and take the fight seriously… and win.

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