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Money is the Driving Force Behind Anthony Joshua's Comeback

Money is the Driving Force Behind Anthony Joshua's Comeback: The former Heavyweight Champion Aims to Get Back on Top with a Win Over Jermaine Franklin

After two consecutive losses against Oleksandr Usyk, Anthony Joshua is on a mission to get his boxing career back on track. The former two-time unified heavyweight champion is set to face Jermaine Franklin on April 1, in a pivotal moment in his career. In a recent launch press conference for the fight, Joshua was asked what was motivating him during this time. To everyone's surprise, he replied simply and honestly, "Money."

Franklin, who put his undefeated 21-fight record on the line last time out against Dillian Whyte, is seen as a tough test for Joshua. Despite the pressure, Joshua is taking his upcoming fight at London's O2 Arena extremely seriously and has travelled to America to work with different trainers. He has now announced that he will be working with Derrick James, who also coaches unified WBA, WBC, and IBF welterweight world champion, Errol Spence, and undisputed WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO super welterweight king, Jermell Charlo.

Despite his past success, Joshua is aware of what's at stake in this fight. He has been open about his motivation, saying, "I like making money. Straight up. This is a prizefighting sport, and I do it because I'm good at it and I hustle hard." Joshua's honesty is a testament to his determination to get back in the win column and move forward in his career. The money and potential future fights with the likes of Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder, or even former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou, all drive him to perform at his best.

According to Forbes, Joshua has already amassed a £38 million fortune, making him one of the richest boxers in the world. However, he is not content to sit back and enjoy his wealth. He knows that the fight with Franklin is a crucial step in his comeback, and he is focused on delivering a performance that will earn him the win and keep the money rolling in.

In conclusion, Anthony Joshua's fight with Jermaine Franklin is more than just a boxing match. It is a chance for him to prove himself and to secure his future, both in and out of the ring. The former heavyweight champion is motivated by money and is determined to get back on top, no matter what it takes.


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