ANTHONY JOSHUA’S NET WORTH 2021
From a bricklayer to a world champion, Anthony Joshua has come a long way in making a name, as well as money, for himself in pro boxing. Here’s all you need to know where he derives his wealth from.
Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua is a British professional boxer who is a two-time unified heavyweight champion. He has held the WBA (Super), WBO, IBO, and IDF titles since December 2019.
Net Worth: $80 Million
Date of Birth: 15 October 1989
Endorsements: TUnder Armour, Jaguar, StubHub, Sky Sports, Beats by Dre, AJ Elite Series, Lynx, BXR Gym, DAZN, Audemars Piguet, Electronic Arts, Hugo Boss
Height: 6 ft 6 in (2.01 m)
Joshua represented England as an amateur boxer. The Watford-born fighter has won Gold at the 2012 Olympic Games, 2010 Great Britain Championship, and at the 2010 & 2011 ABA Championship.
The Ring named him Prospect of the Year in 2014, and Fighter of the Year in 2017.
Currently, the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board and The Ring ranks him as the world’s second-best active heavyweight boxer. Meanwhile, BoxRec ranks him as the sixth-best active boxer, pound for pound.
Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr.
The 31-year-old boxer has a knockout-to-win ratio of 91%, with his only career loss coming against Andy Ruiz Jr.
What is Anthony Joshua’s net worth?
According to Essentially Sports, Anthony Joshua’s net worth is estimated to be $55 million, out of which $11 million are from endorsement deals alone.
Joshua signed a new $1 billion deal with streaming service DAZN, after parting ways with ShowTime, which could make him the first billionaire boxer in history.
The Brit lost to Andy Ruiz Jr. in his first fight against him. However, he ended up reclaiming his heavyweight titles after defeating his opponent and earning $35 million in the process.
Apart from fighting, the Orthodox boxer also yields a massive marketing appeal for brands. Joshua has endorsement deals with several brands including, Under Armour, Jaguar Land Rover, Beats, Hugo Boss, and Sky Sports.
Anthony’s Personal Life & Social Media
Joshua is truly a story from rag to riches, as he used to be a bricklayer before taking up boxing full-time.