Boxing returns to Wembley Stadium on Saturday 29th April for the long awaited boxing unification match between two titans of the modern era. Anthony Joshua Vs Wladimir Klitschko will be fighting for the IBF, IBO and WBA Super Heavyweight Championships of the world.
Anthony Joshua, who is currently undefeated in 18 fights confidently returns to the ring after successfully defending his IBF Title after beating Eric Molina inside three rounds by way of a Knock Out in December 2016.
Challenger Vladimir Klitschko on the other hand was last seen in the ring in Dusseldorf, November 2015 when Tyson Fury caused a major upset by ending his 11 year unbeaten streak – winning the WBA (Super), WBO, IBF, IBO heavyweight titles in the process.
Klitschko was due for a rematch against Tyson Fury as stipulated in their contracts for their first fight. This rematch was to take place in April 2016 in the Manchester Arena. This rematch was eventually postponed as Fury had been declared unfit to fight and rescheduled for a later date. This rematch was eventually called off as Tyson Fury was deemed to have breached various regulations by the governing body. Within days of the cancelled rematch Klitschko was approached by Eddie Hearn, who promotes IBF champion Anthony Joshua, to fight. After much negotiation and Tyson Fury relinquishing his titles, a deal was reached for Klitschko Vs Joshua to take place if Joshua beat Eric Molina.
The Wembley Stadium showdown, which will be televised around the world, will break the post-war British record for a crowd at a boxing equally the British record 90,000 crowd in 1939 in White City who saw who saw Len Harvey fight Jock McAvoy.
There are various ways for boxing fans to travel to Wembley Stadium, with Mayor Sadiq Khan working with National Rail and Transport for London to organise extra trains for the event.
An alternative means of travelling to Wembley Stadium you could be book your own chauffeur driven car. This allows for you and your guests to travel to the event in comfort without the hassle of worrying about taking public transportation.