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Olaseni Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua OBE is a British professional boxer who was born on October 15, 1989. He previously held the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight belts twice between 2016 and 2021, making him a two-time former unified world heavyweight champion. From 2015 to 2016, he captured the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles at the local level.
Joshua competed for England as an amateur in the super-heavyweight event at the 2011 World Championships, where he took home a silver medal. Additionally, he won gold when competing for Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics. He received The Ring magazine’s Prospect of the Year award in 2014, a year after going pro.
His victory over Wladimir Klitschko earned him the title of Fight of the Year in 2017 from The Ring and the Boxing Writers Association of America. Joshua is the first English heavyweight boxer to win a world title by a major professional sanctioning organization and the second English boxer, after James DeGale, to do so.
Joshua is currently rated as the second-best active heavyweight in the world by BoxRec, third by The Ring, fourth by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board and ESPN, and sixth-best active boxer overall by BoxRec.
Since 2014, BoxRec has placed him among the top 10 heavyweights in the world, and at the end of 2016 and 2017, he was ranked first. In fights for the heavyweight world championship, Joshua has an overall knockout percentage of 58% and a knockout-to-win percentage of 88%.
Anthony Joshua Parent’s
Mother: Yeta Odusanya
Father: Robert Joshua
Joshua the son of Yeta and Robert Joshua, Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua was born on October 15, 1989, in Watford, Hertfordshire.
His father is of Irish and Nigerian origin, and his mother is from Nigeria. Joshua is of aristocratic rank among the Yoruba people of Nigeria, whose history can be explicitly traced back to Joshua.
Ben Ileyemi, his cousin, is also a professional boxer. 2013 was the couple’s joint professional debut
Joshua attended Mayflower School in Ikenne for a portion of his formative years in Nigeria. He returned to the UK halfway through Year Seven to enroll at Kings Langley Secondary School when his parents divorced when he was 12 years old.
His middle name, Oluwafemi, led to him being referred to as “Femi” by his friends and former teachers when he was growing up on the Meriden Estate in Garston, Hertfordshire.
He was a standout in football and sports, breaking the school record for the Year Nine 100 meter dash in 11.6 seconds.
Joshua officially became a professional on July 11, 2013, according to the Matchroom Sport advertising campaign. Joshua made his professional debut on October 5, 2013, at the O2 Arena in London, where Scott Quigg successfully defended his WBA super-bantamweight championship against Yoandris Salinas.
Joshua defeated Italian Emanuele Leo in the first round through technical knockout (TKO). Paul Butlin, an English heavyweight, was Joshua’s opponent in his second match, which took place on October 26, 2013, at Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena.
When the referee deemed Butlin was receiving too much punishment in the second round, the fight was stopped and Joshua was proclaimed the winner through TKO.
Joshua’s third match came against the Croatian Hrvoje Kiiek on the Prizefighter Series program on November 14, 2013. In the second round, Joshua won via technical knockout (TKO), earning his third straight knockout victory.
Joshua improved to 4-0 in February 2014 when he defeated Dorian Darch through second-round TKO. In Glasgow, Scotland, the following month, on the undercard of Ricky Burns vs. Terence Crawford, Joshua stopped Hector Alfredo Avila in the first round.
On the undercard of Carl Froch vs. George Groves II in May of that year, Joshua defeated Matt Legg in one round. Joshua stopped English fighter Matt Skelton in the second round of his seventh fight, which took place on July 12, 2014, in Liverpool’s Echo Arena.
In his eighth bout, Joshua defeated German heavyweight Konstantin Airich in the third round at the Manchester Arena on September 13, 2014, to improve his undefeated record to 8-0.
On October 11, 2014, at The O2 Arena in London, Joshua competed for the vacant WBC International heavyweight title against Dennis Bakhtov, the former champion seeking to win the title for a second time, in the main event of a Matchroom Sport card for the second time in his career.
Joshua, who is only 24 years old, defeated his opponent by second-round KO, improving his record to 9-0 and claiming the WBC International Heavyweight Championship.
On November 22, 2014, Joshua won his tenth fight, stopping Michael Sprott in the first round to improve his record to ten wins. Joshua had only spent 36 minutes and 36 seconds in the ring overall during his professional career because the bout lasted just 1 minute and 26 seconds.
Joshua had a back injury, forcing the cancellation of his fight with American boxer Kevin Johnson, which was scheduled to take place on January 31, 2015, at London’s O2 Arena.
Joshua defeated Jason Gavern on April 4, 2015, in Newcastle by way of third-round KO. Joshua knocked out Raphael Zumbano Love in the second round of his eleventh fight on May 9, 2015, in Birmingham.
Joshua stopped former world title challenger Kevin Johnson for the first time in his career on May 30, 2015 (29-6-1, 14 KOs). The bout was stopped by the referee not long into the second round after Johnson had been spared by the bell in the first.
Johnson had previously defeated opponents like Vitali Klitschko, Tyson Fury, and Derek Chisora throughout the course of twelve rounds. Despite making a comeback in March 2017, Johnson confirmed his retirement a day after the bout.
British and Commonwealth champion
Joshua vs. Cornish
Main article: Anthony Joshua vs. Gary Cornish
On 16 July 2015, it was announced that Joshua would fight undefeated Scottish boxer Gary Cornish (21–0, 12 KOs) for the vacant Commonwealth heavyweight title at The O2 Arena, London, on 12 September. At the time of the fight, Cornish was the IBO Intercontinental champion. Joshua won the vacant title by stopping Cornish at just 90 seconds in the first round. Cornish was knocked down twice before the fight was officially stopped. In the post-fight, Joshua said, “Gary had a solid jab so I had to make sure I didn’t take any of those shots. He was throwing a large jab and I tried to slip it. I managed to land the right hand and it was a perfect connection and he went down.”
Joshua vs. Whyte
Main article: Anthony Joshua vs. Dillian Whyte
Immediately after Joshua stopped Cornish, Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, confirmed Dillian Whyte would next put his undefeated record on the line against Joshua. Joshua met Whyte in a grudge match for the vacant British heavyweight title on 12 December 2015, whilst also defending his Commonwealth heavyweight title for the first time. The fight took place on Sky Box Office. The two had previously fought within the amateur rankings in 2009 where Whyte had won. After surviving the first scare of his career in the second round, Joshua won the fight after initially shaking Whyte with a right hook to the temple and eventually finishing with a devastating uppercut for the KO in the seventh round. It is said that Joshua earned £3 million for this fight alone, as a result of signing a new five-year deal with Matchroom which sees him take a share of the PPV revenue earned.
IBF heavyweight champion
Joshua vs. Martin
In February 2016, it was announced that Joshua would face IBF heavyweight champion Charles Martin (23–0–1, 21 KOs) on 9 April 2016 at the O2 Arena. Martin was making the first defence of the belt that he won after defeating Vyacheslav Glazkov for the vacant title in January 2016.
Joshua set the pace in the first round and kept the southpaw Martin at bay before sending him to the canvas with a straight right hand in the second round. Martin got to his feet, only to be knocked down for a second time by a similar punch just moments later. This time Martin failed to beat the count after taking too long to get up, and the referee waved the fight off, with Joshua winning his first world title.
Martin was heavily criticized for his performance, and apparent lack of ambition to win the fight. Observers accused him of quitting early, feeling that he could have got up quicker and fought on. Martin later placed the blame on the pre-fight distractions, claiming that he was ‘mentally not there’.
At just 85 days, Martin’s reign as IBF heavyweight champion was the second shortest in professional boxing history, with only Tony Tucker’s 1987 reign being shorter.
Joshua vs. Breazeale
Promoter Eddie Hearn announced a three-man shortlist from the IBF’s top 15 ranked boxers for Joshua’s first defence of his title. This included former WBC heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne (25–1–2, 21 KOs) and Eric Molina (25–3, 19 KOs), both of whom were recently beaten by American WBC champion Deontay Wilder, alongside unbeaten upcoming fighter Dominic Breazeale (17–0, 15 KOs).
On 25 April, it was announced that Joshua’s next fight will be against Dominic Breazeale on 25 June 2016 at the O2 Arena in London. Breazeale was ranked 13th by the IBF, below British pair Derek Chisora and David Haye. Breazeale became only the second boxer, after Dillian Whyte, to take Joshua past three rounds.
After a dominant performance, Joshua successfully defended his IBF heavyweight title with a seventh-round knockout win. Breazeale was dropped heavily by a huge left hand. After the fight, Eddie Hearn said Joshua could next fight IBF mandatory challenger, Joseph Parker, around November. The fight averaged 289,000 viewers on Showtime in the afternoon. The card averaged 227,000 viewers.
A week after the fight was announced against Breazeale, Joshua announced a new multi-fight deal with US broadcaster Showtime. The fight screened live in the States by Showtime after they signed up as Joshua’s exclusive US partner.
Joshua vs. Molina
It was announced in August that Joshua would be making a second defence of his IBF title at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, on 26 November. This would mark the first time since September 2014 that Joshua would be fighting in the city.
Possible names put forward for the fight were top IBF contenders Kubrat Pulev and Joseph Parker. Former unified heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko became the front-runner after his scheduled rematch with Tyson Fury was cancelled a second time.
A deal could not be finalized for Joshua vs. Klitschko, due to the WBA delaying a decision to sanction the fight and Klitschko injuring himself, which put the fight off completely. Klitschko said he would be looking to fight Joshua in the first quarter of 2017.
Bryant Jennings and David Price were the names being pushed forward to fight Joshua next, however it was announced Joshua would be fighting at the Manchester Arena, defending his world title against former world title challenger Eric Molina (25–3, 19 KOs), who was coming off a stoppage victory against Tomasz Adamek, although being behind on the official scorecards.
The fight was televised in the US live on Showtime. After two one sided rounds, which saw Molina hardly throw a punch, Joshua knocked Molina out in the third round. He was first dropped after a right hand to the jaw.
Molina beat the count but was met with a flurry of punches, forcing referee Steve Gray to end the fight. According to Nielsen Media Research, the fight peaked at 390,000 on Showtime, with an average viewing of 368,000 viewers
On 22 May 2018, UK Anti-Doping issued Molina with a two-year ban from fighting in the UK, backdated from 28 October 2017 until 28 October 2019.
Molina tested positive for dexamethasone, a corticosteroid, after his loss to Joshua. There was some controversy as Molina had fought twice after in 2017.
First reign as unified heavyweight champion
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Joshua vs. Klitschko – Anthony Joshua vs. Wladimir Klitschko
Joshua vs. Takam – Anthony Joshua vs. Carlos Takam
Joshua vs. Parker – Anthony Joshua vs. Joseph Parker
Joshua vs. Povetkin – Anthony Joshua vs. Alexander Povetkin
Joshua vs. Ruiz Jr. – Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz Jr.
Second reign as unified heavyweight champion
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Joshua vs. Ruiz Jr. II – Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Anthony Joshua II
Joshua vs. Pulev – Anthony Joshua vs. Kubrat Pulev
Joshua vs. Usyk – Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk
Joshua vs. Usyk II – Oleksandr Usyk vs Anthony Joshua II
Joshua vs. Franklin – Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin
Joshua is one of the most marketable athletes in the world, and he has rich endorsement deals with a variety of companies, including Lucozade, Beats By Dre, and Under Armour. He surpassed basketball player Stephen Curry, who had previously been named the world’s most marketable athlete, to claim the title in 2017.
This has been linked to both his boxing prowess and his “rags to riches” tale, supporting the idea that he avoided a life of crime and bloodshed by devoting himself to boxing. In an interview with GQ, Joshua stated, “When I initially started, the intention was to become a multi-millionaire. Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s reported career earnings are $700 million.
Grandmas and grandpas who were once common people are now worth millions of dollars thanks to rising real estate values. I therefore need to be a billionaire, according to the new school of thought. Although having a million dollars is excellent, you should aim higher.
Joshua has also received recognition with his participation on the yearly Powerlist, most recently in the 2021 edition, as one of the 100 most influential Black Britons. He says he feels a great connection to his Nigerian roots and has a tattoo of the African continent on his right shoulder with the outline of Nigeria.
Joshua was questioned in August 2022 on the controversies surrounding his world-title challenge that was held in Saudi Arabia. In addition, he was asked about the state of human rights in the Kingdom in light of the Arab authorities’ 34-year-old woman’s 34-year prison term for her use of Twitter.
He did claim, though, that people “love the positive side of things” and “don’t focus on anything that is negative.” Joshua received a letter from Yasser al-Khayat, whose brother Mustafa was put to death by Saudi officials, pleading with him to defend human rights. Speaking up may really help, he wrote to Joshua, as Saudi utilizes sporting events like boxing “to distract from its oppression.”
In November 2017, Joshua received criticism for a number of occurrences. He referred to Eddie Chambers, a heavyweight boxer, as a “disgrace to the superior black race” on Instagram.
Eddie Hearn, Joshua’s promoter, claimed the message was received from a phony account, but Chambers was able to show that it had actually been sent from Joshua’s verified account, disproving Hearn’s fraudulent claim.
Later, Joshua appeared to support Robert Mugabe, the dictator of Zimbabwe, on Snapchat. Following that, Hearn claimed Joshua has “got a major problem with his social media accounts” and speculated that the accounts might have been hacked.
Joshua was charged with racism in June 2020 after he made the following remarks during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Watford: “Show them where it hurts, abstain from spending your money in their shops and economies, and invest in black-owned businesses.”
Some saw this as a call to stop doing business with white people. He replied that he had just read the speech aloud on behalf of a friend and that it was not his own. In addition, he added, “Go f*** yourself if you think I’m a racist.”
Joshua has stated his interest in reading and chess as a strategy to improve his boxing and tactical skills. He worked as a bricklayer before dedicating himself to boxing.
Joshua was held in Reading Prison on remand in 2009 for what he calls “fighting and other crazy stuff.” When he was finally released, he was made to wear an electronic tag on his ankle.
In Colindale, North London, in March 2011, Joshua was stopped by the police for speeding. He was discovered in his Mercedes-Benz with eight ounces (226.8 grams) of herbal cannabis concealed in a sports bag.
He was accused of possessing a class B substance with the intent to distribute it, a crime that carries a maximum 14-year term. Joshua entered a guilty plea at crown court and was given a 12-month community order, 100 hours of unpaid labour, and a suspension from the GB Boxing team.
Joshua previously claimed in 2012 that he does not support any football teams, but when questioned about this in an interview in 2017, he responded that while he does support his hometown team Watford F.C., his “overall favorite” team was Real Madrid C.F. because of Cristiano Ronaldo, who at the time was a player for Real Madrid.
He also referred to English footballer Troy Deeney, whom he randomly met at a neighborhood barbershop in Watford, as his “good friend” in the same interview.
Joshua listed Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, Larry Holmes, Lennox Lewis, and Evander Holyfield as his top five heavyweight boxers of all time in a July 2014 interview with iFL TV.
Joseph “JJ” Joshua was born to Joshua and dancing instructor Nicole Osbourne in 2015.
Joshua acknowledged in 2020 that he and Eddie Hearn, who has promoted him since making his professional debut in 2013, have a good working relationship and “will always have a great friendship.”
Know This About AJ
• Anthony Joshua put in his best to secured his place at the 2012 Olympic Games in the super-heavyweight division as a relative newcomer to the elite level of the sport.
• Anthong Joshua proved is talent competing in the 2012 London Olympics as a novice on the international scene and even though his a world silver medalist and he received a tough draw in the last 16 of the super-heavyweight event in Cuban Erislandy Savon.
• Anthony Joshua won by 15:11 guaranteeing at least a bronze medal in the bout he fought 2018 Beijiing Olympics silver medalist Zhang Zhilei, dropping his taller opponent in the middle round.
• Anthony Joshua was announced as the new Olympic Champion when he met and won the 32 years old reigning Olympic champion and former world champion twice(Roberto Cammarelle).
• Anthony Joshua was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to boxing.
• Anthony Oluwafemi Oseni Joshua popularly called Anthony Joshua aka AJ is a British professional boxer who was born on 15 October 1989 in Watford, Hertfordshire by the parents whose name are Yeta and Robert Joshua.
• His mother is a Nigerian while his father is of both Nigerian and Irish lineage. Joshua’s Nigerian background transparent make it clear that his a Yoruba and his cousin who is also a professional boxer like Anthony Joshua who’s name Ben Ileyemi, they both came to spotlight in 2013 when they make their first performance in a public.
• Anthony Joshua early life was spent in Nigerian when he attended Mayflower school in Ikenne a boarding school. He moved to UK after due to his parents divorce and to proceed in his education he enrolled in King’s Langley Secondary School.
• He was known as femi by is friends and former teacher’s due to his mindlle name(Oluwafemi) where he grew up on the Meriden Everything in Garston, Hertfordshire.
• Anthony Joshua is a star in football and athletics, best in his school’s Year Nine 100 m record with a time of 11.6 seconds back then in school day’s.
English National Championships results
• He defeated Dominic Akinlade (England) PTS
• He defeated Luke Herdman (England) RSC-2
• He defeated N/A WO.
• He defeated Chris Duff (England) WO.
• He defeated Simon Hadden (England) WO.
• He defeated Dominic Winrow (England) RSC-1
• He defeated N/A WO.
• He defeated N/A WO.
• He defeated Fayz Aboadi Abbas (England) 24-15.
Great Britain Championships results
• He defeated Amin Isa (England) 6-3
International Amateur Boxing Tournament results 2010
• He defeated Otto Wallin (Sweden) PTS
England vs Ireland results 2010
• He defeated Chris Turner (Ireland) 6-3
AIBA World Boxing Championships results 2011
• He defeated Tariq Abdul-Haqq (Trinidad and Tobago) RSCI-3
• He defeated Juan Isidro Hiracheta (Mexico) AB-1
• He defeated Mohamed Arjaoui Morocco) 16-7
• He defeated Roberto Cammarelle (Italy) 15-13
• He defeated Erik Pfeiffer (Germany) RSCI-1
• Lost to Magomedrasul Medzhidov (Azerbaijan) 22-21
Algirdas Socikas Tournament results
• He defeated Sean Turner (Ireland) 9-5
• He defeated Johan Linde (Australia) KO-1
• He defeated Aidas Petruskevicius (Lithuania) W0.
European Amateur Boxing Championships results
• He defeated Eric Brechlin (Germany) 23-16
• He defeated Cathal McMonagle (Ireland) 22-10
• Lost to Mihai Nistor (Romania) RSCH-3
Bocskai Memorial results
• He defeated Sergey Kuzmin (Russia) 9-7
• He defeated Sardor Abdullayev (Uzbekistan) RSC-3
Olympic Games results 2012
• He defeated Erislandy Savón (Cuba) 17-16
• He defeated Zhang Zhilei (China) 15:11
• He defeated Ivan Dychko (Kazakhstan) 13-11
• He defeated Roberto Cammarelle (Italy) +18-18
Anthony Joshua started is professional career on 1st of July 2013 which was confirmed that Joshua had turned professional under the Matchroom Sport promotional banner.
He made his professional debut on 5 October 2013 at the O2 Arena in London in the Main-Event of a card featuring Scott Quigg’s successful WBA super-bantamweight title defence against Yoandris Salinas by beating Italian Emanuele Leo by a technical knockout (TKO) in the first round.
Anthony Joshua second fight was against English heavyweight called Paul Butlin at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield on 26 October 2013.
Bout was stopped in the second round when the referee decided Butlin was taking too much punishment and declared Joshua the winner by TKO.
Anthony Joshua third fight was on the Prizefighter Series card against Croatian Hrvoje Kišiček on 14 November 2013. He got a TKO victory in the second round by achieving his third knockout victory in a row.
Anthony Joshua scored a second-round TKO victory over Dorian Darch to take his record to 4–0 b in February 2014. He defeated Hector Alfredo Avila with a first-round KO, in Glasgow, Scotland.
Oshua knocked out Matt Legg in one round on the undercard of Carl Froch vs. George Groves II at Wembley Stadium in may the same year.
His seventh fight was on 12 July 2014 at the Echo Arena, Liverpool, he defeated Englishman Matt Skelton via second-round stoppage.
In Joshua’s eighth fight was on 13 September 2014 against German heavyweight Konstantin Airich and Joshua took his undefeated record to 8–0 with a third-round stoppage victory at the Manchester Arena.
Professional boxing record
• 28 fights
• 25 wins
• 3 loss
Anthony Joshua is recognised as one of the most marketable athletes in the world, and has lucrative endorsement deals with several brands, some of the brands are Under Armour, Beats By Dre and Lucozade.
The great boxer AJ was ranked as the world’s most marketable athlete in 2017 ahead of Stephen Curry a basketball player who was ranked most marketable in the previous year(2016).
Anthony Joshua has also been recognised with inclusion in the annual Powerlist as one of the 100 most influential Black Britons.
Hope you know that Anthony Joshua has a tattoo of the continent of Africa on his right shoulder with the territory of Nigeria outlined and says he feels a strong connection to his Nigerian roots.
Anthony Joshua Facts
Birth Name: Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua
Date Of Birth: 15 October 1989
Place Of Birth: Watford, Hertfordshire, England
Stage Name: AJ
Height: 6 ft 6 in (198 cm)
Reach: 82 in (208 cm)
Net Worth: $60 Million
Occupation: Professional Boxer
Anthony Joshua has spoken of his ambition to surpass Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s career earnings of $700 million, saying in an interview with GQ, “When I first started, the aim was to become a multi-millionaire.
But now there are ordinary people, grandmas and grandads, who are worth millions just because of property prices. So the new school of thought is that I need to be a billionaire. Being a millionaire is good but you have to set your sights higher.”
• What is Anthony joshuas real name?
Anthony Joshua real name is Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua.
• Where does Anthony Joshua live?
Anthony Joshua still lives with her mother in a two-bed house in Golders Green, north London. The mighty property he bought for his mum for £175,000 after his Olympic heroics in 2013.
• Does Anthony Joshua still live at home?
He bought a new house after he stopped the former world champion in the 11th round as an investment but still live at home with his mum in her two-bed house in Golders Green, north London.
• How much does Anthony Joshua earn?
According to our source Anthony Joshua will make around $60 million for the fight. He made something short of $25 million for his first fight against Ruiz in June and ranked 25th position on Forbes list of athletes by earnings in 2018, having made more than $39 million in the previous calendar year.
• Which state is Anthony Joshua?
Anthony Joshua birth name is Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua, born on 15 October 1989 in Watford, Hertfordshire, South East England. His mother(Yeta) is a Nigerian and his father(Robert) has both Nigerian and Irish ancestry.
• Which state is Anthony Joshua from in Nigeria?
Anthony Joshua the recent heavyweight champion roots was traced to south-western Nigeria in Ogun State precisely. His family house is located along Akarigbo road beside First Bank Injokun, Sagamu in Ogun State.
• Does Anthony Joshua have a kid?
Anthony Joshua welcome his son Joseph Bayley Temiloluwa prince Joshua on October 6, 2015. His father bought a flat Finchley worth of £500,000 in North London for his kid and ex-girlfriend.
News of the baby was not reviewe untill the following year when his father make a victory over Charles Martin in 2016.
• Does AJ drink alcohol?
Anthony Joshua is abstemious, he don’t take alcoholic drinks.
• Who is Anthony Joshua dating?
According to our source we heard about the Nigerian rapper called Idowest who exposed the coded affair going on between world boxing champion Anthony Joshua and Nigerian female Disc Jockey DJ Cuppy.
DJ Cuppy and Anthony Joshua have been rumored to be secretly dating each other for some time but no evidence to confirm the allegations.
• How rich is Anthony Joshua?
According to Forbes, Anthony Joshua current net worth is around $60million. Bout against Ruiz set to see is career earnings more than double to over £100m which ranked him to be among the top earners ever in the sport.
• How much does Anthony Joshua make per fight?
We got a report from The Daily Star that he make around $60 million for the fight. He made something short of $25 million for his first fight against Ruiz in June In 2018.
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