Anthony Joshua Boxer
Anthony Joshua, MBE is a British professional boxer. He is the current IBF heavyweight champion, having previously held the British, Commonwealth and WBC International heavyweight titles. As an amateur he won a gold medal in the super-heavyweight division at the 2012 Olympics, and silver at the 2011 World Championships. As of June 2016, Joshua is ranked the world’s sixth best heavyweight boxer by The Ring magazine, and currently boasts a 100% knockout ratio.
Joshua is the second British boxer, after James DeGale, to win both a gold medal at the Olympics and a world title by a major professional sanctioning body, as well as being the first British heavyweight to do so. He is also the first ever boxer to win a recognized world heavyweight title, whilst still being Olympic champion at the top weight. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Joshua
Born: October 15, 1989 (age 26), Watford, United Kingdom
Real name: Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua
Anthony Joshua Height / Weight
1.98 m / 106 kg
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In Young Age
Joshua has expressed an interest in chess as well as reading as a way to reinforce his boxing and tactical abilities. He was a bricklayer before taking up boxing full-time.
In 2009, Joshua was put on remand in Reading Prison for what he describes as “fighting and other crazy stuff”. He was made to wear an electronic tag on his ankle when released.
Anthony Joshua Wife
The mother of boxing world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua’s secret son has been revealed to be a pole dancing teacher he has been dating on and off since school.
Nicole Osbourne, 26, gave birth to their child Joseph around six months ago but they were not technically in a relationship at the time.
The pregnancy was said to be a surprise to the pair but sources say they have now decided to renew their relationship and become a family.
Anthony Joshua Training
Breakfast: Two slices of wholemeal bread, one banana, five raw eggs, one pot of Greek yoghurt and one serving of apple juice.
Lunch: Two fillets of raw salmon, two baked potatoes (skin removed), bean salad and water.
Afternoon snack: Greek yoghurt, fruit salad and muesli.
Dinner: Chicken (no skin), white pitta bread, mashed potatoes with butter, mixed vegetables, orange juice.
Diet supplemented by regular energy drinks and water for hydration.
Total calories: 4,500. The average person would need to run almost two complete marathons to burn off that number of calories.
Anthony Joshua Trainer
Trainer/manager Tony Sims