Anthony Joshua was taken to the tenth round before halting the sturdy Carlos Takam and holding his WBA and IBF heavyweight titles before an expected 75,000 fans in Cardiff on Saturday. 

The ref moved in to stop the battle after Joshua got Takam with a snare uppercut mix and was moving in to arrive more blows. The Frenchman shook his head in nauseate and numerous in the group scoffed the choice. 

Toward the finish of an awkward night for Joshua, amid which he may have broken his nose as the second progressed round conflict of heads, the British boxer earned a twentieth straight win that feasible set him up for a unification battle in 2018 with either WBO champion Joseph Parker or WBC champion Deontay Wilder. 

Takam was battling at 12 days' notice - as damage swap for Kubrat Pulev - and satisfied his notoriety for being an extreme adversary, retaining big cheeses by Joshua and making himself intense to hit with his development. Takam took an eight check in the fourth round in the wake of toppling from a left snare by Joshua, and battled on with notably better than his correct eye that twice required treatment. 

Joshua was taken past seven rounds for just the second time in his expert vocation. The other time was the 11-round battle against Wladimir Klitschko in April. 

"I was attempting to break him down round by round," Joshua said. "Lamentably, the ref halted it. I think individuals need to see Takam oblivious on the floor. That was the place I was attempting to get to. I don't have control over the ref's choice." 

While Joshua's future battles will give greater pay days, here is the thing that we anticipate from this session: 

What is the assessed battle tote? 

The two fighters will battle for a consolidated aggregate of around £11million. Add up to battle incomes will be greater than this figure. 

What will the split be? 

Joshua took the mass, as you would expect subsequent to guarding his belts. 

It will associate with 90/10 to support Joshua, which means Joshua can be relied upon to acquire £10million and Carlos Takam £750,000. 

How does that contrast with different battles? 

This battle won't be in an indistinguishable association from Joshua's last battle, nor others from the year up until this point. 

Joshua's last battle, the epic triumph over Wladimir Klitschko, saw the two fighters bring home in any event £15million each. 

Mayweather and McGregor won earned at least £100million and £30million from their August session.
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