Joshua will box consecutive at Wembley Stadium, protecting his IBF, WBA Super and WBO world titles in September

The bound together heavyweight best on the planet will come back to the notable London scene on September 22 and will be back seven months after the fact on April 13, 2019.

Joshua and promoter Eddie Hearn are yet to affirm whether the 28-year-old will confront Deontay Wilder or WBA obligatory challenger Alexander Povetkin next, yet he will guard his IBF, WBA Super and WBO titles at Wembley next.

Joshua stated: “I am coming back to Wembley after two uber battles in Cardiff. I need to thank the supporters from Wales and Great Britain and furthermore the general population of London for persistently anticipating my arrival.

“Being north London brought up, it is in my blood. The chance to battle in such a famous stadium is regularly an once-in-a-vocation opportunity, so to be allowed to battle there again is stunning. Wembley just added a fourth lion to the nook.”

Joshua’s last two gigantic heavyweight standoffs have occurred at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.

His stoppage prevail upon Carlos Takam in October 2017 and unification focuses accomplishment over Joseph Parker in March drew a general horde of 150,000, yet he will hope to rehash the notable 90,000 Wembley offer out that saw him stop Wladimir Klitschko in hair-raising style in April 2017.

James Taylor, Senior Commercial Manager, Wembley Stadium, stated: “Wembley Stadium is home to the greatest and best wearing occasions and it is fitting that one of the world’s driving games stars comes back to battle under its famous curve.

“AJ’s last appearance at the national stadium was a record-breaking occasion which will be recognized as one of the features in the scene’s history. We anticipate inviting Anthony and his a great many fans back to Wembley for two tremendous battles in September and April.”

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