Anthony Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn believes Anthony Joshua will have a better resume than Lennox Lewis by the end of his career, Lewis was the last undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, which is now 19 years ago. Joshua needs to add the WBC belt to his collection to become undisputed champion, that belt as most know is held by Deontay Wilder.

In an interview with Behind The Gloves, Eddie Hearn stated he was left disappointed with comments from Lennox Lewis who has been critical in the past of Joshua, Hearn and Team Wilder’s inability to make an undisputed fight, questioning if the teams really want it.


Eddie Hearn stated in the interview with Michelle Phelps “AJ is talking about 10 years, This is about a legacy that will be created in time, there is just one fight we haven’t made, that is why I was disappointed with Lennox Lewis’s comments, like after 22 fights compare the resumes they are not even close”

Hearn then stated “Lennox should be saying what he has done after 22 fights is amazing, I would like to see him face Wilder next, not hating on him, so you think they were all talking about Lewis as a great after 22 fights? Lewis is a great because of what he achieved but I still think AJ is going to have a better resume”

You can see the full interview with Behind The Gloves via youtube below: