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This was scarcely the bolt of electricity that Anthony Joshua had been seeking to send through the heavyweight division. It was not that he came across as limited or tentative against little-fancied American Jermaine Franklin, merely that, at 33, he just looked leaden, as if age was at last catching up with him. A win on points was by no means a disgrace, especially given Franklin’s resilience. But for somebody of Joshua’s calibre, a former two-time heavyweight champion of the world, it was deep