Unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua feels he can still be a force in the ring for another 10 years.
Anthony Joshua has already accomplished plenty in his stellar career, but the 28-year-old unified heavyweight champion believes he still has another decade to go.
Speaking at a press conference for the September 22 bout with Alexander Povetkin, Joshua made it clear he has no plans to hang up his gloves anytime soon, citing advancements in science and the longevity of former boxers as evidence for why he can keep going.
“I think I’ve got 10 years left in boxing and I really want to cement my legacy,” Joshua said.
See what else Joshua had to say and his praise of Povetkin in the video below.