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The current reigning heavyweight king of boxing will get his biggest payday to date against mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev on October 28th in Cardiff.

Anthony Joshua will defend his IBF, IBO, and WBA titles against the Bulgarian in front of a packed 74 000 Principality stadium. The event will most likely sell out with Joshua headlining the anticipated event.

Pulev will get the biggest purse of his career, an estimated £4 million. It is reported that he will donate half of his purse to charity.

As for Joshua, he will get the much larger sum. 

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