The major pay-per-view in British Boxing this weekend, will take place between Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte. However, things have been changed to the main-event after drug test failure and fight between Joshua and Whyte cancelled. Now it’s confirmed that Anthony Joshua will be back in action and his fight re-schedule with 39 year old Finish boxer (Robert Helenius). Anthony Joshua Robert Helenius purse payouts based on contracts with boxing promotion reported.
|Boxers||Purses||PPV Share||Total Payouts Including PPV Share Money|
|Anthony Joshua||£8 million (guaranteed)||70%||£16m | if pay-per-view sales crossed figure of 800k sales|
|Robert Helenius||£1.5m (guarnateed)||30%||£2.5m | if pay-per-view sales crossed figure of 800k sales|
How Much Anthony Joshua Purse from PPV Fight with Robert Helenius?
Things did not went well for Anthony Joshua during year 2021-22. He fight twice opponent Oleksandr Usyk and suffer defeat in both fights. This upcoming weekend it’s a great chance for him to retain the winning streak which he began from 2023. Joshua dominated opponent Jermaine Franklin in previous fight and now he got chance to prove him self against Robert Helenius. Anthony Joshua earn guaranteed purse of £8 million for the fight, he currently hold contract where he get paid money from pay-per-view shares, his earnings exceed to £16m if ppv crossed figure of 800k sales on fight.
How Much Robert Helenius Purse from PPV Fight with Anthony Joshua?
The 39 year old Robert Helenius previous weekend earn major victory against opponent Mika Mielonen. Now it’s confirmed that he replaced Dillian Whyte for the pay-per-view fight against Anthony Joshua on 12 August 2023 at O2, Arena in London England. Robert Helenius will earn guaranteed purse of £1.5m for the fight and his overall earnings exceed maximum £3m which include ppv shares revenue if it’s crossed figure of 800k sales on fight day.
Once the pay-per-view completed full details regarding to Anthony Joshua Robert Helenius purse will be updated which include UK TV rights money for Anthony Joshua.