“I Am Getting Older But I Don’t Have A Girlfriend” – Boxer, Anthony Joshua Cries Out

Anthony Joshua says he is still single
Anthony Joshua

Nigerian born British boxer, Anthony Joshua has finally opened up on his struggles in getting himself a life partner.

During an exclusive interview with The Sun Newspaper where he spoke extensively about his life after the Coronavirus lockdown, relationship, and family, Anthony Joshua lamented that he is having a hard time trying to keep a balance between his career and family.

According to WBO heavyweight champion, it has not been easy finding true love that he can boldly claim as his girlfriend.

AJ says: “I think you can date and still be a successful sportsman but it’s hard to find a balance and I would have to compromise — which I’ve not felt able to do.

“My dad never gave me advice about much. But in terms of relationships what I have learnt and what I tell my son is, it would be nice to find a high school sweetheart and to grow together because as you get older you get set in your ways.

According to WBO heavyweight champion, it has not been easy finding true love that he can boldly claim as his girlfriend.

AJ says: “I think you can date and still be a successful sportsman but it’s hard to find a balance and I would have to compromise — which I’ve not felt able to do.

“My dad never gave me advice about much. But in terms of relationships what I have learnt and what I tell my son is, it would be nice to find a high school sweetheart and to grow together because as you get older you get set in your ways.

He explains: “Maybe I need to get off the estate and start going to celebrity parties — maybe do something different.

“I hope I will — and probably meeting someone else who understands fame would make sense. I would hope so. But it needs to be someone down to earth, family-orientated – someone who can call my mum their second mum.

He explains: “Maybe I need to get off the estate and start going to celebrity parties — maybe do something different.

“I hope I will — and probably meeting someone else who understands fame would make sense. I would hope so. But it needs to be someone down to earth, family-orientated – someone who can call my mum their second mum.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com