YouTuber simulates Anthony Joshua vs Francis Ngannou, ends with brutal one-punch knockout
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Anthony Joshua's fight against Francis Ngannou has been simulated ahead of their monstrous Saudi Arabia showdown in March.
Joshua vs. Ngannou is set to take place on March 8 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in what will be one of the biggest fights of 2024.
It comes after 'AJ' delivered a masterful performance to destroy top contender Otto Wallin on the 'Day of Reckoning' card last month.
'The Predator' dropped the self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' but failed to earn the judges' nod as he suffered a narrow defeat.
He will now look to beat the former unified champion after coming up short against the WBC world heavyweight title holder.
YouTube channel Boxing Fights Simulation has pitted Joshua and Ngannou against each other on UFC 4 to see who would win.
The simulated bout ends with a brutal one-punch knockout as the former UFC heavyweight king defeated Joshua in emphatic fashion.
Joshua and Ngannou exchange punches in the Octagon as the latter eventually claims victory with a stinging right hand in the second round.
The French-Cameroonian showcased his vicious power in his UFC championship clash against Stipe Miocic back in March 2021.
He delivered a huge knockout over Miocic to win the UFC heavyweight title at UFC 260.
He also scored big stoppage victories over Curtis Blaydes, Cain Velasquez, Junior dos Santos and Jairzinho Rozenstruik.
The 37-year-old beat Ciryl Gane at UFC 270 before walking away from Dana White's promotion after his contract expired.
Ngannou fought Fury and now faces Joshua, having also penned an MMA deal with Professional Fighters League.
Before the news broke about his fight against Joshua, he tweeted: "Making big moves in the new year. 2024 is going to be," accompanied with fire emojis.