Joshua won Olympic gold at the London 2012 games, and turned professional with Matchroom swiftly after.
Since his decision to make the step up to the professional ranks, hes become a three-belt heavyweight world champion after just 21 fights, all under the promotional banner of Matchroom.
However, his current deal with the company is set to expire in November but owner Barry Hearn – along with son Eddie – remain adamant he will sign an extension.
Anthony is an astute young man and he knows what Matchroom has to offer him when his contract runs out in November, Barry Hearn said.
To start with, Anthony is signed to the biggest and best promotional company in the world. We have the financial clout to make sure the big fights can go ahead at the big venues.
We also have an exclusive contract with Sky Sports to screen quality boxing. There is also Sky Box Office.
On top of all that, Anthony is also a friend. If he went, it would be like someone in the family leaving.
No one at Matchroom is putting Anthony under pressure – but I am as confident as anyone can be in boxing.
Joshuas last outing was a unanimous decision victory over New Zealander Joseph Parker on March 31. He is yet to announce his next fight.