Anthony Joshua Says Beyonce Would Be The Celebrity He Would Love To Date The Most, Claims He Would Beat ‘The Rock’ In A Wrestling Match

Rapper Jay-Z may have to watch his back as Anthony Joshua has revealed he wants to date his wife, Beyonce.

Former unified world heavyweight champion Joshua was interviewed by two children in a video on the DAZN Boxing YouTube channel.

Joshua revealed he wanted to date Beyonce and he thinks he would beat The Rock in a wrestling match

In the video, Joshua was asked which celebrity he’d most like to date and he replied, “There are so many, maybe Beyonce.”

Beyonce is currently married to rapper Jay-Z, but it looks like he now has competition with two-time heavyweight champion Joshua.

Joshua went on to say that Eddie Hearn was his best friend and he was also asked who would win between him and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in a wrestling match.

“100% me,” Joshua replied.

“You have to have confidence in yourself,” added Joshua.

In the unlikely event that this wrestling match happens, it wouldn’t be the first time a boxer has made the switch to WWE, as Joshua would be following in the footsteps of rival Tyson Fury.

Maybe one day Joshua will follow Fury to WWE

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Maybe one day Joshua will follow Fury to WWE

But for now his focus is on boxing and more specifically on Franklin


But for now his focus is on boxing and more specifically on Franklin

“The Gypsy King” previously competed in the 2019 WWE Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia and he defeated Braun Strowman by countout.

For now, however, Joshua will have to focus on his boxing career, as he fights with Jermaine Franklin on April 1 at the O2 Arena in London.

This will be AJ’s chance to bounce back from two straight losses to Oleksandr Usyk.

If Joshua gets past Franklin, his promoter Hearn has already outlined what he would like to see from the Briton for the rest of the year.

That plan starts with a rematch of his 2015 grudge match against Dillian Whyte, then Hearn would like to match Joshua with Fury or Deontay Wilder before 2023 is over.

Joshua vs. Franklin live on talkSPORT

Anthony Joshua’s quest to become a three-time heavyweight champion begins on April 1st against Jermaine Franklin and talkSPORT will be live from the O2 in London to bring you coverage of the fight.

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