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FILE – Britain’s Anthony Joshua (L) reacts to winning the fight against Bulgaria’s Kubrat Pulev (R) during their heavyweight world title boxing match at Wembley Arena in north west London on December 12, 2020. (Photo by ANDREW COULDRIDGE / POOL / AFP)
MANILA, Philippines — Three-belt heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua may climb another ring in the future, and that would be the one that tycoon Vince McMahon owns.
In an interview with Alternative Sport, Joshua said he wants to take part in the WWE as it was something that the legendary Muhammad Ali had done in the past.
“I’m gonna do WWE because that’s what Muhammad Ali done,” said Joshua, who owns the WBA, IBF, and WBO world titles.
If Joshua does join the WWE in the future,  he enters the list of absolute icons, who–in some capacity–performed for McMahon’s organization.
Ali, who took inspiration from wrestling pioneer Gorgeous George for his flamboyant image, had a couple of run-ins in the WWE first was in 1976 when he had a confrontation with Gorilla Monsoon and then was the special guest referee in the main event of Wrestlemania I in 1985 in a tag team match that featured Hulk Hogan and Mr. T against “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff.
Mike Tyson, though, was the boxer with the most instrumental role in WWE history when he was the one that made the three-count for “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s WWE Championship victory against Shawn Michaels in the main event of Wrestlemania in what is considered as the beginning of the company’s most prosperous period the Attitude Era.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. was the first boxer to have an official match in WWE when he faced the Big Show in Wrestlemania 14.
WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, Joshua’s rival, was the most recent boxer to step inside the WWE when he had a match against Braun Strowman in 2019 in the Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia.

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Irish gangland influence in boxing world exposed: A new BBC documentary reveals Irish mob boss Daniel Kinahan’s heavy involvement in the sport. 
Boxing has come under scrutiny after the new BBC Panorama documentary was released this week. The programme primarily focuses on the MTK, the boxing management company co-founded by Daniel Kinahan.
Ireland’s high court has labeled Kinahan’s gang to execute and murder to protect its drug trafficking rings. However, their influence in the boxing world remains strong as they are associated with the world’s top fighters.
Their most recent actions are with Tyson Fury and Joseph Diaz. MTK has represented Fury for several years and has also helped get the Joshua fight off the ground. Tyson Fury then released a video thanking Daniel Kinahan for his involvement in organising the fight with Anthony Joshua.
To highlight Kinahan’s involvement in arguably one of boxing’s biggest ever fights outraged the public in Ireland and England. The English boxer, due to backlash, then dropped the alleged mobster in June last year.

However, since the documentary release, Fury has been silent and has yet to make any statement. MTK then attempted to sign Joseph Diaz while under contract and are currently being sued in the United States.
Boxing manager Moses Heredia has taken Kinahans company to the civil court upon making contact with his fighter. Heredia has over 30 pages of evidence proving the Irishman’s involvement in organising fights funded by drug money.
Boxing promoter Eddie Hearne was also questioned last year in regards to Kininahns involvement in boxing. However, his statement then simply read:
“Everyone knows…that he represents a number of high profile boxers, and has represented Tyson Fury for a number of years.”

Focusing on the positives 
Former Irish boxer and Super Bantamweight champion Bernard Dunne says young Irish boxers need to be protected. Amid the documentary release he thinks the focus should be on the positives of Irish boxing.
Currently working as performance director for Amateurs in Irish boxing, Dunne believes more can be done within Ireland. Kinahan’s company are accused of snapping up as many young boxers as possible, urging them to go pro.
In an interview with the Irish Independent, Dunne said more should be done to highlight the more positive aspects of amateur boxing. 
“I think we should be highlighting the excellent work that goes on in our sport,”
“If you look at what boxing’s achieved over the last number of years. Apart from Olympics success, people don’t generally hear about it.”

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