Boxer says boarding school in Nigeria taught him discipline
Antony Joshua says his six-month stay in a Nigerian boarding school helped him immensely in his boxing career.
Now one of the biggest boxers in the world, British-Nigerian boxer, Anthony Joshua has credited his boarding school days in Nigeria for teaching him discipline.
Joshua who is born to an Irish-Nigerian father, Robert and a Nigerian mother spent six months in Nigeria with his mum, Yeta when he was 11
During that six months in Nigeria, Joshua was registered in a boarding school where he said he learnt discipline which has made him become one of the biggest boxers in the world.
“I think my mum was trying to do some business there; maybe she had it in her mind. You don’t just randomly decide to move there,” the 26-year-old told Daily