Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua is Nigerian-British unified world heavyweight champion. Born 15 October 1989 to both Nigerian Parents.
Joshua Anthony made his professional debuts in 2013 with his cousin the unbeaten professional boxer Ben lleyemi. Joshua Anthony grew up Nigeria in his early years and returned to the UK in Year Seven. His friends and school teachers called him ‘Femi’ by because of his middle name ‘Oluwafemi’.
Today, Joshua Anthony not only represents the professional boxing, but the streets, the suppressed, the oppressed, and most of all the entire homeland. In Nigeria and Africa at large, Anthony Joshua is more popular, more loved and accepted than any known leader in the world.
Anthony Joshua is lovable, calm, playful, friendly, cheerful, humble, funny, and a man of the people. He has the likes of Mohammed Ali, Mike Tyson, Joe Lewis and Jack Johnson.
Keep it humble, keep it balanced, whether you’re going up or coming down.
His crowning glory came after he knocked out Wladimir Klitschko making it his 19 fights, 19 wins and 19 knock-outs. An undisputed Nigerian-British heavyweight champion. Anthony Joshua is currently and will forever remain the world’s greatest heavyweight fighter.
He is regarded as a symbol of Africa’s pride, power and perseverance. A true African blood just like all the other greats, a true champion on all fronts.