The undefeated Londoner is looking to become undisputed heavyweight champion in the not-so distant future
Anthony Joshua reveals he has another decade left at the top of heavyweight boxing.
The undefeated Londoner is preparing to defend his IBF, WBA and WBO titles against Alexander Povetkin on September 22, a fight you can hear live on talkSPORT.
However, the Olympic gold medallist is also planning for his future in the sport, and revealed in his press conference he wants to ‘cement his legacy’.
“I know I’m good at this,” Joshua admitted.
“And I’ve built my mindset over the last 10 years and now I feel very confident.
“I’ve learnt about my weight and my boxing style and as I’ve said, this is a new chapter.
“I feel I’ve got 10 years left in boxing and I want to cement my legacy.”
Although he is still keen to add Deontay Wilder’s WBC title to his collection, ‘AJ’ was reluctant to look past his 38-year-old challenger.
In what will undoubtedly be another huge night of boxing at Wembley Stadium, Joshua admitted the clash will be a ‘scrap’ and is another challenge towards the ultimate goal of becoming undisputed champion.
He told Sky Sports News; “The end goal is to become undisputed champion, i.e get a gold medal, but I have to fight Povetkin, and I have to concentrate on what’s next.
“It’s one step. Povetkin isn’t my end all and be all.
“I’m in a tournament, I’ve got to beat Povetkin, I’ve got to beat Wilder, then I’ll achieve my goal of getting that gold medal, and becoming undisputed champion of the world.”