Biggest fight in British history
The match has already been labelled to be the biggest in British boxing history. The duo is expected to make a reported £42 million from this fight. Although Joshua has already played 17 fights so far. This is going to top all of it, not only top but also triple. Yeah you heard that right, this Match will make earnings of £42 million resulting in tripling the boxer’s current net worth.
Cheapest ticket £40
EDDIE Hearn the promoter of Joshua believes it will set a new record and over 800,000 will purchase this fight to watch via Sky Box Office. It costs around £20 to watch it, so it’s easy to see why this fight is likely to make so much in revenue. Not to mention that, the game is taking place at the Wembley Stadium. This arena can withstand a whopping 90,000 people, which is already been sold out. The cheapest ticket for it is claimed to be £40 and £200 for the lucrative seats.
Klitschko and Joshua fight reported to surpass Carl Frochs record
This fight will surpass the previous record set by Carl Froch vs Groves match. This was also held in Wembley and made a reported £22 million from sales. They made £22 million from sales in their bout. But Joshua and Klitschko look to top that by generating £30 million in sales. The record for the biggest sales in a fight is Mayweather vs Pacquio. Their fight made an astonishing £600 million, where Mayweather pursed a mind-blowing £300 million alone and around £200 million for Pacquio respectively. That game wasn’t up to the standard and didn’t live up to the expectation. But Let just hope from a neutral point of view that, this fight lives up to the billing and doesn’t disappoint.