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Eddie Hearn
Alastair Campbell interviews Eddie Hearn
Alastair Campbell interviews Eddie Hearn
 
     
 
Meet boxing’s ‘Silver-Spoon Kid’. Brought up around the toughest heels in sport and business by a man whose life lessons were given on a canvas, he’s now one of prizefighting’s biggest - read, loudest - promoters.
 
The father’s domain was snooker and darts. But for the son, who took Anthony Joshua from promising amateur to an unbeatable record and record pay-per-views, the billion-dollar deals are being won in the ring.
 
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'Giant number' offered up by Deontay Wilder's camp to Anthony Joshua
 
'Giant number' offered up by Deontay Wilder's camp to Anthony Joshua for unification bout
 
Heavyweight world titleholder Deontay Wilder on Wednesday gave unified titleholder Anthony Joshua 50 million reasons to fight him next.
 
Wilder emailed Joshua promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing an offer of a minimum of $50 million for Joshua to fight him for the undisputed heavyweight championship in their next bout -- before the end of this year -- both sides told ESPN.
 
Shelly Finkel, who manages Wilder along with Al Haymon and trainer Jay Deas, said the offer is for $50 million against 50 percent of the event revenue, meaning Joshua would make no less than that figure no matter how much the fight generated. If the fight generated more than $100 million, which Finkel believes it could, Joshua would make even more, and if it lost money, the Wilder side would be on the hook to pay Joshua.
 
"It's a giant number," Finkel said. "But it's also a giant fight."
 
Finkel detailed additional elements of the offer for what would be a pay-per-view fight in the United States; all of Joshua's title fights have been on pay-per-view in the United Kingdom, his home country. Finkel said the offer calls for the Wilder side to select the location of the fight, but they would look to do it in the United States, probably Las Vegas.
 
He also said there would be no rematch clause and the fight would have to be next for each man. As for the timing of the bout, Finkel said it would take place between September and the end of the year.
 
"It has to be the next fight for each of them," he said. "No rematch clause, and it's for all the belts. We asked for them to send us an acceptance [by the end of Thursday]. Joshua [previously] asked for $50 million against 50 percent, and we gave it to them. They probably don't believe it's this big of an offer, but it's an unbelievable offer. I hope they accept. Deontay is thrilled and believes Joshua will take it."
 
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Anthony Joshua stops Alexander Povetkin to retain world heavyweight titles
HAnthony Joshua stops Alexander Povetkin to retain world heavyweight titles
Anthony Joshua stops Alexander Povetkin to retain world heavyweight titles
 
Anthony Joshua delivered a stunning finish to stop a game Alexander Povetkin and retain his world heavyweight titles at Wembley Stadium.
 
The IBF, WBO and WBA champion, criticised in some quarters for failing to finalise a deal with the division's other high-profile names, responded emphatically with a seventh-round stoppage of the Russian, who had never been beaten inside the distance.
 
After an early chess match in which Joshua suffered a bloodied nose before cutting his rival, the Briton grew in confidence and a savage right hand followed by a left hook began an onslaught which would prove telling.
 
Another right-left combination downed Povetkin, who somehow made the count, only to stagger into a left hook which saw him slump into the ropes, leaving referee Steve Gray with no option but to intervene.
 
Roars poured down to ringside as the rain had all day, with Joshua's corner ecstatic and rightly so. His display showcased poise, intellect and power, sending a message to the heavyweight division that the champion will take some stopping.
 
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Anthony Joshua Vs Alexander Povetkin Knockout Full Highlights 2018
Anthony Joshua Vs Alexander Povetkin Knockout Full Highlights 2018
Anthony Joshua vs. Alexander Povetkin
 
It is a few days after Joshua fought Russian Alexander Povetkin in front of 90,000 people at Wembley Stadium, and although he radiates fitness and power like nobody I have ever met in my life, he is a weary man when he sprawls his massive frame across a sofa.
 
“It’s not just the fight. It’s also the training camp,” he says. “You run on adrenaline and eventually your body shuts down. I had really bad flu before the fight – I’ve still got it now – and more than anything my victory was a relief that I got it done. My nose hurts but it’s not broken. And I’m not pissing blood.”
 
Povetkin had been what the boxing world calls “game”. Fighting to redeem himself after years when his career had been tainted by drug bans, the Russian proved a teak-hard challenger, landing a heavy blow flush on Joshua’s nose in the first round and fighting for his life until AJ battered him to the canvas in the seventh.
 
Povetkin felt like a typical Anthony Joshua fight – the faintest hint of vulnerability around Joshua, the edge-of-your-seat drama and then finally the denouement as AJ emphatically cleaned his opponent’s clock. An Anthony Joshua fight is a story in which you are never certain what is going to happen next, but – so far – has always had a happy ending, with Joshua grinning as his corner adorn him in his championship belts and a sold-out British stadium sings his name to the tune of The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army”.
 
Joshua is a knockout artist – he has fought 22 professional bouts without defeat and won 21 of them by battering the other man to the edge of consciousness or beyond. Fight fans love that stuff. But Joshua is loved way beyond the world of boxing. Wembley Stadium is already booked for his 23rd fight on 13 April 2019, the opponent yet to be confirmed. But whoever he is fighting, AJ can sell out Wembley Stadium like a rock star.
 
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