Anthony Joshua‘s boxing firm is doing quite well.
According to new documents filed for his firm Sparta Promotions Ltd show he has £109,109,481 in the bank, having been at £49,032,751 a year earlier. That means, it grew by more than £60million in 12 months.
It should be no surprise Joshua’s boxing firm is doing well as in the past year he avenged his only loss and defended his heavyweight title. He also holds three of the major heavyweight belts and is expected to have the superfight against Tyson Fury this year as well.
“He’s had a hell of a year — big fights and some massive commercial deals too thanks to his management team,” a source close to Joshua said to TheSun. “He recently announced the launch of new production studio SBX Studios, which is a huge project for him. And he’s given loads of cash to help amateur boxing gyms stay afloat during the pandemic. He’s very generous with his success.”
Anthony Joshua is coming off a KO win over Kubrat Pulev to defend his belt. Before the win over Pulev, he had the back-to-back fights against Andy Ruiz Jr., where he lost the first fight by TKO and dominated the second to win a decision.
The heavyweight champ does not have his next fight booked, but as mentioned, it is likely he will face Tyson Fury sometime this year. It will be a massive fight for the sport and if Joshua wins, he will be arguably the biggest star in the sport and the best heavyweight currently boxing. However, it will no doubt be a tough fight as Fury ran through Deontay Wilder last time out.
Regardless, Anthony Joshua is continuing to have success in and outside the ring.
What do you make of Anthony Joshua’s firm now being worth £110 Million and growing £60million in 12 months?