That's true, he's made an unholy amount of money in his career and it's not been a career where he's taken too much damage. It's a strange one though because he's still young, fresh, driven and much more than a handful for almost anybody out there... not everyone has the skillset of Usyk.
Like I said in another post, if we're truthful about AJ's career... he had the typical resume building fights up until the Kevin Johnson fight, in I think his 10th pro bout, he then faced a bunch of green or average guys like Breazeale and Whyte, his best win was going life and death against a ring rusty Wlad who hadn't fought since losing to Fury about a year and a half earlier (basically came out of retirement for that fight), then he fought some of the guys who I consider to be a bit less than the top tier, like Parker and Pulev... then he loses embarrassingly to Ruiz, regains his titles by fighting in the most cautious way possible and then loses immediately twice in pretty clear fashion to a much smaller but much more talented boxer.
I just think he was brought on too early and marketed really well by Hearn... he had the sponsorships, he looked like a videogame character version of what a HW Champ is meant to look like and had the power to have a great highlight reel against poor opposition... but I think he needed an extra 7-8 fights against gradually better guys in the division before making the step up.
I can't criticise too harshly because look at the money he's made but if we're talking legacy and a full career, is the money going to be enough to make him happy?
It can be a curse too sometimes.