Anthony Joshua is eyeing a world domination in Boxing.
The world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has his sights on emulating sporting immortals by focusing on “longevity.”
The Briton who knocked out Wladimir Klitschko in the 11th round in April to unify the WBA Super and IBF titles, now dreams of leaving a similar legacy to Roger Federer, Tiger Woods and Micheal Jordan by remaining on top for a decade.
Speaking to Mirror Sport, Joshua said: “You think it’s been tough getting there, now it gets real tough, now it’s about longevity. It’s how long I keep it up, it’s not only physical stress, but mental pressure.
How do I take it to Roger Federer, Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan? How do you get to that level?
“They were just kids starting out, there wasn’t somebody who picked them to be any different. How can we take boxing to a whole new height in 10 years? I want to see how far I can take it.”