Anthony Joshua Boxer says Nigerian Jollof is better than Ghanaian Jollof

Joshua who is born to Nigerian parents fully embraces his Nigerian roots and believes they make the best Jollof.

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Reigning World Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has waded in the never-ending war between Nigerian Jollof and Ghanaian Jollof.

There has been an ongoing debate for years on who prepares the Jollof rice better.

Joshua who is born to Nigerian parents fully embraces his Nigerian roots and believes they make the best Jollof.

He recently visited the Manchester United training ground where he met Ghanaian-born Timothy Fosu-Mensah where the debate continued.

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The debate was seen on Fosu-Mensah’s Snapchat.

 

Oga, what do you eat,” Mensah asked, to which Joshua replied, “Pounded and Nigerian Jollof is better than Ghanaian Jollof.”

As the war between Nigeria and Ghanaian Jollof continues, Joshua is being challenged by a boxer from Ghana.

Ghanaian boxer, Bukom Banku believes he can defeat Joshua.

Jose Mourinho and Anthony Joshua play Anthony Joshua with Jose Mourinho (Anthony Joshua/Instagram)

 

"I would love to fight Joshua, am serious about it and will beat him if we fight. I know some people will doubt me because Joshua is unbeaten and has beaten some top guys[Klitschko] in his division but they also have to trust me[their countryman]’’ Banku said on Joy FM Sports Link program on Saturday, May 6 in Ghana.

“I will beat him[Joshua] hands down. I watched his fight with Klitschko and was not impressed with him but happy he defeated the Ukrainian.”

Just like Joshua, Banku is undefeated in his professional boxing career, with 21 knockout wins in 28 bouts.

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