Reigning WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (22-0) is set to rake in a monster £25million for fighting Jarrell Miller (23-0) in New York this June.
Fights with WBC champ Deontay Wilder and domestic rival Tyson Fury fell through, and former victim Dillian Whyte branded his proposal from Eddie Hearn as 'utterly ridiculous', causing AJ and team to scrap the scheduled April 13 date booked in at Wembley Stadium to opt for a debut fight in the States instead.
Just three years ago, AJ earned £1.5million against Dominic Breazeale at the O2 Arena in London, but now looks set to pocket over 16-times that amount across the Atlantic in the iconic Madison Square Garden.
£3m vs Dillian Whyte - December 2015
£8m vs Charles Martin - April 2016
£1.5m vs Dominic Breazeale - June 2016
£2m vs Eric Molina - December 2016
£15m vs Wladimir Klitschko - April 2017
£10m vs Carlos Takam - October 2017
£18m vs Joseph Parker - March 2018
£20m vs Alexander Povetkin - September 2018