Following on from his epic battle with Wladimir Klitschko in front of a record crowd of 90,000 at Wembley stadium the next stop for Joshua is the experienced Carlos Takam. Following on from an extensive amateur career Takam moved in to the professional ranks and had lots of major success.
Takam has had 39 professional fights winning 35 of them. He has beaten some top fighters including Tony Thompson. With a knockout record of 69% and 27 KO/TKO victories it is clear he has series power.
Joshua on the other hand is possibly the most feared fighter in boxing today. Following on from winning Gold at the Olympic Games he moved to the professional ranks. Still a novice in comparison to many other fighters Joshua has had to learn on the job having started boxing at a later age. He climbed the professional ranks with continued early stoppages of his opponents. He now has a record of 19 victories in which he has stopped every opponent via KO/TKO meaning a 100% record.
With all these statistics you can expect there to be fireworks come fight night. The latest Anthony Joshua v Carlos Takam lay betting has not seen many people looking to take on Joshua. This is no surprise considering his reputation and record. Check out the infographic below which shows the key stats, facts and betting odds ahead of this Heavyweight bout.