“Look at the resume of Anthony Joshua. He has the best resume in heavyweight boxing, bar none. He’s always fought the toughest fights, he’s fought everybody that’s been a mandatory and he’s never swerved anyone” – Eddie Hearn told Joe YouTube channel
“He’s a throwback fighter but still, people will think he’s been spoonfed and has had easy fights. And he’s never had easy fights, and he’s a good individual, who works as hard as he can, provides for his family. He’s got a good heart, so I don’t see how you can begin to dislike this man.
“The boxing public, the boxing hardcore fans, don’t really like anyone that has significant success in that outer space, and it probably has happened with me as well,”
Anthony Joshua is a former two-time unified heavyweight world champion, having lost his world titles (WBA, IBF, WBO & IBO) to Oleksandr Usyk in September this year. Both are scheduled to rematch sometime in early 2022.
Anthony Joshua’s resume/notable opponents:
IBF, WBA, WBO Heavyweight World Titles
Commonwealth Heavyweight Title
British Heavyweight Title
After winning a gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games, Joshua became a household name in the uk and as a result, attracted big audiences on his fight nights, both in the arena and on TV. Joshua become both a commercial and boxing success. He won various big sponsorship deals as well as domestic and world boxing titles.
Anthony Joshua has been accused of being too media trained or savvy, he is not authentic. Others view Joshua as humble and professional. Support from boxing fans for a particular fighter can be based on various factors: they like a boxer’s fighting style, they can relate to their life story, or to their nationality or race, or like their personality – these can also be reasons why a fan doesn’t support a particular fighter.
Thoughts on Anthony Joshua, do you like him or not..??? And does he have the best resume in heavyweight boxing