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“So many Nigerians didn’t believe he would win this fight” Do2dtun reacts to Anthony Joshua’s victory against Francis Ngannou

Do2dtun reacts to Anthony Joshua victory

Media personality, Do2dtun has reacted to the victory of British boxer, Anthony Joshua against Francis Ngannou.

Kemi Filani reported that two-time world champion, Anthony Joshua knocked out Francis Ngannou in the second round of their boxing bout in Saudi Arabia on Friday.

Joshua first out Ngannou on the canvas with a strong right hand in the opening round. He then knocked down the former UFC heavyweight champion twice in the next, the second of which would leave Ngannou flat out for the count.

It arrived as the most destructive knockout of Joshua’s career to follow up statement stoppages over Robert Helenius and Otto Wallin in reigniting his pursuit of another world title opportunity.

Reacting to it, Do2dtun noted how many Nigerians didn’t believe Joshua would win the fight. The OAP revealed that he told his friends that boxing is technical and because Francis knocked out Fury, doesn’t mean he will beat Anthony.

Admonishing Nigerians to do better, he noted how success has a lot of family members while failure is an orphan.

“Be honest, so many Nigerians didn’t believe Anthony would win this fight. I did. I said to my friends, “Boxing is technical & just cos Francis knocked out Fury who I still think hasn’t fought a good contender doesn’t mean he will beat Anthony” We need to do better

Success has a lot of family members

  • Failure is an orphan. Such is life but I’ll rather choose one with my full chest.

Let’s stay one place. He didn’t shout us out but do we truly deserve it?

Tonnes even bet against him.. chai Naija for show”.

Do2dtun reacts to Anthony Joshua victory

Early this year, Do2dtun revealed his plans to insert himself into social media drama. He stated that he wants to start putting his mouth in people’s matters, especially if he affects how he feels as he pointed out how many had an opinion on his own custody drama and judged him.

Sending a message to parents who are co-parenting, he admonished them to be involved in their children’s lives, and stated that the drama between co-parents shouldn’t affect their children and they should stop weaponizing the kids.

Keeping to his words, Do2dtun had made a strong case for Joseph Aloba, the father of late singer, Mohbad, as he noted how Nigerians are too emotional rather than objective, hence why they tend to misjudge certain people. He stated that though we might not like his father or he might not have communicated his feelings properly, we shouldn’t misconstrue his words.

He admonished Nigerians to stop reading headlines, follow hearsay and comments, and join the bandwagon but to read, watch, and understand.

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