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Anthony Joshua became an Olympic gold medalist in 2012, a heavyweight titlist in 2016, and the king of the division by 2017 when he stopped Wladimir Klitschko. 

By 2018, Joshua had four versions of the heavyweight title, but in 2019, it all came crashing down when he shockingly lost to Andy Ruiz Jr. 

The 33-year-old Joshua is 3-3 since, including a win against Ruiz in a rematch, two losses to Oleksandr Usyk, all while working with three different trainers. 

Joshua (25-3, 22 KOs) is looking to further right the ship Saturday when he takes on late-replacement opponent Robert Helenius (32-4, 21 KOs) on Saturday at the O2 Arena in London. 

The original plan for Joshua was to face Dillian Whye, but his fellow British counterpart pulled out from their planned rematch earlier this week due to adverse findings in a random VADA drug test. 

“If I look back, it’s funny because I achieved a lot but I didn’t work as hard as I do now,” Joshua said in an interview with BoxingScene.com and a handful of other reporters. 

“But I want to be the respected guy. That’s why it’s very difficult. That’s where the frustration is. When I lost the belts, I felt that respect had gone with it. 

“As much as I want [the big money fights] am I going to change my ethos and start doing them for the money? … I’m passionate about my work. I don’t know what I have to do to get the respect from the upper echelon of boxing. I’m keeping busy. Give me the respect I deserve. I’m the one putting my balls on the line. I should be kicking back myself and be like, ‘sh!t, I ain’t going to fight either. Let everyone else take the risk. Every time we fight, it’s a big risk, man. A big reward, because winning is everything, but I want respect. That’s the reward I want, not the money.”

After losing to Usyk last year, Joshua admitted that distractions outside of the ring have made his career complicated. Former trainer Robert Garcia said Joshua needed a stricter camp after working together for the Usyk rematch. Garcia was replacing Joshua’s longtime trainer Rob McCracken at the time. 

The two-time unified heavyweight champion Joshua has since scored a unanimous decision win against Jermaine Franklin in April, and will be fighting for the second time this year – the likes of Tyson Fury, Usyk, Wilder or Ruiz still have not fought once this year. 

Earlier this year, Joshua aligned with reigning trainer of the year Derrick James for the Franklin fight after a one-bout stint with Garcia. 

Joshua’s plan is to also fight again in December, with his sights strictly set against former heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder. 

“That’s when I flipped [when I lost the titles],” he said. “I’ve been through a lot. So I’ve learned how to skin a cat in more than one way. For some people, they see it as ‘he’s not as aggressive or he’s not the same AJ.’ But I believe that there are certain fights that bring that certain fighting nature out of me.” 

Manouk Akopyan is a sports journalist, writer, and broadcast reporter. He’s also a member of the Boxing Writers Association of America and the MMA Journalists Association. He can be reached on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube at @ManoukAkopyan, through email at manouk[dot]akopyan[at]gmail.com, or via www.ManoukAkopyan.com.