Otto Wallin Exclusive Interview with OLBG on Usyk vs Joshua II

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Otto Wallin Exclusive Interview with OLBG on Usyk vs Joshua II
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Otto Wallin Interview on Usyk vs Joshua

Heavyweight boxer Otto Wallin has cast some light on Anthony Joshua’s defeat to Oleksandr Usyk and the potential next steps for the Brit talking exclusively to OLBG

Who is Otto Wallin?

Einar Otto Wallin is a professional boxer from Sweden and is ranked in the top 10 heavyweights by the transnational boxing rankings board. He is a southpaw and held the WBA Continental heavyweight title in 2017 and was the European Union heavyweight champion in 2018.

Otto Wallin Boxing Record

Total Fights 26
Wins 24
Wins by KO 14
Losses 1
No Contest 1

What did you make of the fight?

"I think it was a great fight and both guys stepped it up from last time. I was actually impressed with Joshua’s adjustments for this fight. I didn’t think he was going to be able to put up such a good performance against Usyk but he proved me and I’m sure a lot of other people wrong. Usyk really had to dig deep and he once again showed that he’s a brilliant fighter but we also saw that no one is untouchable.

Andriy Makukha (Amakuha), CC BY-SA 4.0

What next for Anthony Joshua?

"I think it makes a lot of sense for me and Joshua to fight each other. People in the UK know me for giving Fury one of the toughest fights in his career and I get a lot of support from over there. I’m always training and trying to get better and I can’t wait to go over to the UK and earn my right for another shot at Fury by beating Anthony Joshua."

Seth Whales, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

What did you make of Anthony Joshua’s post-fight antics?

"It was hard to watch [Joshua post-fight] to be honest. I think it’s a culmination of pressure on him and I think that it’s affecting him a lot mentally. He did a similar thing when he lost to Ruiz and took the mic from him. It’s like he’s so used to being the champion, so it’s hard when he’s not that anymore."

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