- Anthony Joshua has once again shared inspiring message with his followers on social media
- The British-Nigerian boxer has described wealth to mean a 'means to end poverty' in the community
- Joshua says wealth means building empires and hiring people to help them live better life
World boxing champion and current holder of WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO titles Anthony Joshua has shared another fresh inspirational message to inspire his followers.
The 31-year-old who has occasionally shared messages to his followers has touched on ‘wealth’ and what it actually means to him.
While many flaunt their riches on social media or to taunt members within their community, Joshua stated that wealth, to him, means ending poverty.
According to him, being wealthy is not a license to ‘out muscle’ members of one’s community but to help live better lives.
He shared on his Instagram handle:
“Wealth to me isn’t flexing on my own community. Wealth to me is building empires, hiring people from the community and ending poverty.
“I ain’t do sh*t to flex on man dem that ain’t got it like that. I try to look at ways to build. When one rises we should all rise. Compound thinking, everyone’s got to put in the work tho.”
Meanwhile, Tyson Fury has stated that he will retire in his corner if he fails to score a knock out punch on Anthony Joshua ahead of their heavyweight unification bout.
The two British heavyweight are set to clash twice later in the year after signing a two-fight agreement reportedly worth about £200million.
The Gypsy King has been posting intimidating messages on social media to play mind games with his compatriot Joshua.
And in one of the messages sent on Twitter, Fury said he would throw in the gloves if he fails to knocked down his opponent on the big night.
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It is understood that both fighters will pocket £54m each from their blockbuster battle this summer.
Legit.ng earlier reported that legendary Mike Tyson has confirmed his next fight will be against former heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis in September.
The 54-year-old came out of retirement for the first time since 2005 last November and faced Roy Jones Jr in an eight-round exhibition fight that ended in a draw in Los Angeles.
He is now ready to go again with Lennox after his preferred opponent, Evander Holyfield, pulled out of their May 29 proposed bout as both fighters were unable to agree on remuneration.