Anthony Joshua devours huge meal after beating Klitschko
- Anthony Joshua is piling in the carbs following his win over Wladimir Klitschko
- Joshua toppled the boxing legend to cement himself as the world champion
- Tyson Fury has this week been calling out Joshua and wants to fight him next
Anthony Joshua has wasted no time piling the calories back into his system following his historic victory over Wladimir Klitsckho, by chowing down on a huge table full of food while declaring: ‘I’m hungry.’
The heavyweight star took part in one of the blockbuster fights of the century by defeating his Ukrainian counterpart in front of a record capacity crowd at Wembley.
Taking to social media this week Joshua has given fans a glimpse of what his post title-winning fight life consists of… namely the extreme consumption of food.
Anthony Joshua has taken to Twitter to show his followers his huge post fight feast this week
Uploading a picture via his personal Twitter account, Joshua showed his 1.09million followers a vast table packed with an assortment of food.
With a smiling Joshua sitting happily at the head of the table, bowls of different meats in sauces could be seen, along with a hearty portion of fresh pasta.
The champ has undoubtedly earned the carb overload following his Wembley heroics, and captioned the picture in a playful manner.
‘No table etiquette I’m hungry,’ wrote Joshua, who also recently admitted he will continue with the hard work despite the fight having come and gone.
Joshua’s stunning uppercut on his Ukrainian foe sent him on his way to victory at Wembley
In beating legend of the sport Klitschko, Joshua both retained his IBF heavyweight title and secured the vacant WBA belt as a result.
No sooner had Joshua left the ring talk regarding his next fight had already fired up, with fellow boxer Tyson Fury doing his utmost to fan the flames.
Fury shocked the world of boxing when he defeated Klitschko in November 2015, but has not stepped back into the ring since.
Klitschko was left with a deep cut above his left eye, inflicted by the powerful Joshua
Speaking recently to Sky Sports Fury boasted he could be the man to inflict upon Joshua his first professional defeat.
‘I don’t even need a warm-up if he wants this, I have been out of the ring as long as Klitschko but the difference is, I am not 41, I am 28,’ said Fury.
‘AJ did really well to come back but I am not 41 or getting old. He is just a pumped-up weightlifter but [Klitschko] couldn’t land one of those of those hooks on me, at all.
‘But let’s face it, I am the man, the number one in the division.
‘There can only ever be one heavyweight, especially in our part of the world, and it’s me. It definitely isn’t a pumped-up heavyweight, I can tell you that,’ he added.
Former world champion Tyson Fury believes he is the man to beat Anthony Joshua