Unfair inequality: Can anyone tell me why Anthony Joshua would earn disproportionately more than his opponent, Andy Ruiz in their rematch game?
I can't seem to understand the reason why Anthony Joshua will pocket $85million while Andy Ruiz will walk away with paltry $13milliom which is said to be $2million more than be earned in their first meeting?
Recall that Anthony Joshua will be facing Andy Ruiz on 7 December in a much awaited rematch. The rematch will take place at Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia and will see Anthony Joshua aiming to reclaim the belts he unexpectedly lost to Andy Ruiz during the first leg of their encounter which took place in June at Madison Square.
Riyadh Newsflash reported that whether Anthony Joshua wins or not, he's gonna pocket about $85million while Andy Ruiz will take home $13million. This is where I have issue with the organisers!
This is damn unfair! What's the parameters used to assess both boxers?
Both boxers come from top two countries of the world; one from the United States while the other, United Kingdom. So, the parameter used couldn't have on the basis of country of origin?
I am really curious to know the basis of this unfair sharing formulae.
Please if you're in the know, don't fail to let me know.