Olympic super-heavyweight gold medallist Anthony Joshua has said
he isn't going to let his new found fame go to his head.
The 22-year-old Londoner, who only took up the sweet science in
2008, controversially defeated Italy's Roberto Cammerelle to take
amateur boxing's greatest prize yesterday but says he isn't going
to turn into a big time Charlie.
"If fame comes I'm going to be okay with it, but I don't want to
be hyped up and made out to be something I'm not," he said.
"I look at great amateur champions like Vasyl Lomachenko and how
he just goes out there and gets the job done every time, and that's
the kind of attitude I want to have.
"I'm not interested in the money. I want to go out and get a
burger and a big chocolate cake, then I want to go back to my flat
just to kick back for a few days and enjoy some of my mum's home
He also played down suggestion that he will now turn