After extending his deal with Under Armour is Anthony Joshua on the way to becoming boxing’s first billionaire?
Having Under Armour in my corner is a huge show of support from one of the world’s leading sports brands.
The WBA and IBF heavyweight champion of the world and Olympic gold medallist has cemented his position alongside other international athletes such as Stephen Curry, Michael Phelps, Andy Murray, and Jordan Spieth.
I live for training. It’s my obsession. I’m always looking for ways to improve. When I’m not doing it there’s something missing. The secret to my success is getting the basics right. Right food, right training and the right gear.
Former heavyweight world title challenger Scott Welch believes Joshua is on a path to becoming the world’s richest sportsperson. “I believe that Anthony Joshua will be the first billionaire fighter,” he told The Daily Telegraph. “I really do believe that. Floyd Mayweather has earned £500 or £600million, Mike Tyson earned £300-odd million 20 or 30 years ago. This guy, as a heavyweight, has got the potential to be the first billionaire fighter.”