Joshua On How Many Fights He Has Left
Anthony Joshua has looked ahead and figured out how many more times we will see him walk into the ring before he calls it a career.
Speaking with Sky Sports, the current unified world heavyweight champion confirmed that he is nowhere near retirement, but does have a number of fights left in his head.
“14, 15. That would take me to 35, 40 fights maybe,” Joshua said of how long he has left inside the ring following his December 7th master class against Andy Ruiz Jr to regain the unified world heavyweight titles.
One of those fights will be against a mandatory challenger, whether WBO challenger Oleksandr Usyk, or the most likely candidate being the IBF’s top challenger Kubrat Pulev, who is considered at the front of the line per the governing bodies order.
With a win over Pulev or Usyk, Joshua is looking to face the winner of February 22nd’s WBC world heavyweight championship rematch between current champion Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, in hopes to have the first undisputed champion in two decades.
Report Via Boxing Scene