ANTHONY JOSHUA climbed off the canvas to stop Wladimir Klitschko in Wembley classic.
The Olympic gold medallist secured the vacant WBA heavyweight championship and defended his IBF belt after the triumph.
But how much will the fight pay out? Here is everything you need to know.
ANTHONY JOSHUA is set to pocket £15million from the Wembley super-fight with Wladimir Klitschko.
The mega-bout is expected to smash British pay-per-view records.
And the heavyweight world title clash could generate total revenue heading towards a staggering £50m — also making it the richest fight in UK history.
Joshua’s fight cost fans at home £19.99 and if, as expected, the numbers soar a record 1.5m it would bring in almost £30m.
On top of that, TV station RTL add in the region of £4m to the kitty for live coverage in Germany.
Ricky Hatton holds the current British PPV best of 1.2m for his 2007 loss to Floyd Mayweather Jnr in Las Vegas.
Before the bout, Joshua was believed to be worth around £13million – after just 18 professional fights.
Although he won many tournaments as an amateur, most if not all of his wealth has been earned since turning pro.
In his December 2015 fight, a seventh round KO of old foe Dillian Whyte, he collected £3million.
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