Anthony Joshua might want to wind up “the Roger Federer of boxing”, and says he comprehends the significance of being a donning good example.
The 28-year-old, who holds the WBA, IBF and IBO world titles, included that he would welcome a chance to battle Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker at some phase amid his profession, and turn into the undisputed heavyweight champion.
Concerning position in world boxing, Joshua revealed to Sky Sports News: “I do see now, I need to play the amusement, on the off chance that I need to make a heritage.
“I think I see now, all that I need to pick up and all that I need to lose. I’ve never assumed a part. In any case, take a gander at any semblance of Muhammad Ali, who turned into a donning symbol.
“Before I was upbeat to simply be a piece of boxing, and felt wherever I get to, it was constantly superior to anything where I began. I never had a moment to reflect. Be that as it may, now I need to stamp my check and my heritage, and be among any semblance of Federer.
“In the event that I need to be viewed as like these folks, I need to conduct myself the correct way.
“I need to resemble the Ronaldos, Messis, Federers who contend with Nadal, Murray. That is the place I need to take boxing.
“There’s a great deal of comedians in my industry, envy and pessimism. I swerve them.”
Joshua, who gathered an Olympic gold decoration in 2012, said of Fury: “It is a battle I might want to see yet the ball’s in his court – he needs to get fit.
“At the point when he’s prepared, we’ll open the entryways, and on the off chance that he strolls through, we’ll invite him.”