2017 will be the year Anthony Joshua takes the dive into the deep end he’s been needing. A promising prospect, and he is still a prospect, until he beats someone of serious relevance will he go up in boxing fans ratings. A gentle but exciting career so far, Joshua has moved up the pro rankings extremely well considering the level of opposition he has actually fought so far and providing he comes through his test with Eric Molina defending his IBF Heavyweight Title on December 10th in Manchester Arena. A fight of this magnitude could not possibly be contained in small arena. The millennium stadium, wembley or a huge showdown in Germany is calling us. It’s no secret Klitschko brings huge demand in Germany, great atmosphere, brilliant fans and great venues, although Joshua in all credit to him does bring the same. Hearn has voiced his desire to host the fight here, probably because of the old “German robberies” belief and Klitschko seems easy going. It’s looking to be April or May time.