Anthony Johsua is set to take on Joseph Parker in what will be a massive heavyweight fight on Saturday, 31st March 2018 at the Principality Stadium in Cardfill, Wales. It is one of the biggest heavyweight fight available and a pretty much an build up to the Joshua vs Wilder later in the year. It will be the heavyweight unification bout where IBF World Heavyweight, IBO World Heavyweight, WBA Super World Heavyweight and WBO World Heavyweight titles are on the line in what will an PPV event in the UK.
Anthony Joshua is set to pocket as much as £13 million in fight purse for the bout against Joseph Parker who himself will take home career best purse of £7 million making it one of the biggest fights in recent years in the UK.
The fight will be broadcasted live in the UK on Sky Box Office (PPV) and although Joshua’s recent few fights have done petty well as far as PPV numbers are concerned, Sky do have a competition at their hands on 31st March where another mouth watering heavyweight clash between David Haye vs Tony Bellew II takes place on the same night as PPV on BoxNation. Anthony Joshua has been making big bucks in his recent few fights and his global presence is on the high after his incredible win over Klitschko back in April 2017. We take a looks at Joshua’s PPV numbers and how much he has been getting in fight purse over the last few years.
Anthony Joshua’s Purse History: Joshua vs Klitschko was a massive fight with a total purse worth over £30 million where Joshua pocketed 55% and Klitschko took home 45% which goes to show Joshua will be the “A” no matter who he fights specially in the UK. Joshua’s £15 million purse against Klitschko was his career best and a big jump from his previous best of just £3 million against Dillian Whyte. Before the Klitschko fight, Joshua also signed a multi-year deal with US broadcaster Showtime wand some very high profile endorsement deals with the companies like Beats, Lucozade and UnderArmour which will rack in another £1m to £2m per fight.
|Anthony Joshua||Joshua is all set to clear guaranteed £13 million from this fight as long as PPV numbers go as expected. He will add another £1m to £2m from sponsorship deals.|
|Joseph Parker||Parker will also expected to clear his career best purse of around £7 million from this fight.|