- Anthony Joshua has advised his fans to also consider managing money after making it
- The 32-year-old is getting set for a super showdown with British heavyweight Tyson Fury
- Joshua has suffered only one defeat in his career which was he loss against Andy Ruiz Jr,
Anthony Joshua is one of the greatest boxers in the world and his fame has got him much money in his bank account.
The WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO champion rose to prominence when he defeated the long-standing heavyweight champion Vladmir Klitschko to became the new king of the mountain.
Among AJ's success stories has bagged him huge endorsements that has got him smiling to the bank with up to seven-digit cash outs.
However, the Nigerian-born British fighter has now advised fans why getting money is the only ultimate achievement in life.
In a recent social media post, the 32-year-old stated that he believes money management is a more complimenting factor in getting the money.
He said on his Instagram handle:
"Money management is more important than getting money."
Joshua will be putting all of his four belts on the line when he challenges the undefeated WBC champions Tyson Fury in a yet to be announced date in July.
Both British rivals signed a two-fight agreement and it has been tagged as the biggest heavyweight fight in the history of the sport.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that 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, Daily Star.
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.
Legit.ng also reported that Andy Ruiz has reversed his decision about the outcome of the heavyweight clash between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury, Daily Star.
The two Brits are set to square off in a unification heavyweight fight slated for June this year in a yet-to-be-named venue.
All four belts including the WBA, IBF, WBO titles held by Joshua and the WBC strap round the wait of Fury will be put on the line.