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In Saudi Arabia, the “Day of Reckoning” cards yielded remarkable outcomes on Sunday morning.

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The best of the lot, Anthony Joshua defeated Swiss fighter Otto Wallin to close off 2023, following heavyweight opponent Deontay Wilder’s shocking loss to Joseph Parker.

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Joshua’s bout with Wallin took place on the same bill as Joseph Parker vs. Wilder, and it was anticipated that Joshua and “The Bronze Bomber” would square off at some point in the upcoming year.

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These ambitions were dashed, though, when Parker defeated Wilder via unanimous decision after outboxing the American.

After Joshua’s fight, it never seemed possible that he would lose again because he was focused from the beginning and gave a strong performance to shut down Wallin.

After Joshua’s fight, it never seemed possible that he would lose again because he was focused from the beginning and gave a strong performance to shut down Wallin.

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These boxers finished the evening with a large paycheck, despite their bleeding noses and defeat-related suffering.

Joshua might have received between $10 and $12 million for his participation, according to the Spanish newspaper Marca.

Wallin, his opponent, will make roughly $1 million, which is still more than three times what he will get from his $200k contract to face Tyson Fury.

The winner of the fight will receive an additional purse; however, the precise sum is still unknown. The exact amount of the gate and PPV sales, which won’t be known for several weeks after the event, are anticipated to be included in the final agreement. Thus, the boxers may receive a significant bonus in the upcoming year.

Surprisingly, Deontay Wilder’s anticipated settlement for his defeat over Joseph Parker is not publicly known. But it’s thought that the “Bronze Bomber” wouldn’t have made somewhat less than AJ, who took home a cool $10–$12 million.

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