Anthony Joshua says he wants to be remembered for his achievements outside the boxing ring.
Joshua, who is set to defend his world heavyweight title against Kubrav Pulev at the SSE Arena London on Saturday, said he knows being one of the best boxers in the world won’t make him be remembered forever.
The British-Nigerian was speaking in an interview with Off the Cuff made available on DAZN, which was monitored by The PUNCH on Sunday.
“I don’t care about that. No one in this room will remember certain athletes from years ago. Time doesn’t stop; I’ll only be remembered after boxing even if I was one of the all-time greats, for about 100 years maximum,” he said. (Punch)