Living the life of a World Champion in Jamaica, Anthony Joshua takes a well-deserved break from his grueling schedule to retire in a luxury villa with £ 2,000 in prize money.
The 29-year-old took a break from the ring and flew to the Montego Bay area of Jamaica to avoid the upcoming British winter and enjoy the sun at the end of the year.
Joshua and his entourage visit one of the most beautiful villas in the area for their stay, with an endless array of lavish amenities and breathtaking views.
Anthony Joshua takes a break in the Montego Bay area of Jamaica while in a luxurious villa
The dazzling hotel is artfully furnished and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the idyllic surroundings
Joshua and his entourage have recovered in the glamorous villa, which costs 15,051 GBP for one week
JOSHUA'S LUXURY PAD
£ 2,150 per night
£ 15,051 for seven nights
Sleeps 10 people with five bedrooms
Fully equipped gym
View over the caribbean sea
For 2,150 GBP per night, the dazzling house is only available to those who have a rich balance, although happy applicants certainly get good value for money.
Joshua has five bedrooms to choose from for his stay in Jamaica, each with their own bathroom and laundry area.
The villa offers "views of the great river valley, the mountains and the Caribbean Sea" and is decorated in a tasteful, minimalist style.
There is a large outdoor swimming pool area overlooking the manicured gardens and the expansive clear blue sea.
As it is anything but compulsory for a Joshua caliber athlete, the villa also includes a fully equipped gym and a fitness area with additional free space around the pool area for outdoor workouts.
Joshua has already given fans a glimpse into the fantastic get-away and social media updates to publish updates on his seemingly never-ending fitness program.
The outdoor pool area has several areas and offers a large area for sunbathing or outdoor training sessions
Breakfast with a view: Joshua and co feel natural when they take their morning coffee in Montego Bay
The villa is a basic requirement for a Joshua-caliber athlete and has a fully equipped gym and a gym
"AJ" has recently posted videos training him in the gym, running crunches and cardio on the treadmill to maintain his sturdy frame and stay in combat.
But it was not all work, not a game for the world champion. He also dived into the pool from his villa and seems to find a balance between relaxation and relaxation while he takes his time.
The heavyweight IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight champion overcame his last challenge in September when he overthrew Alexander Povetkin in the seventh round of Wembley.
After the Povetkin fight, the promoter of Joshua Eddie Hearn announced that Wembley had been booked for April 13 the following year.
The pit world is still rubbing its hands over the possibility that Joshua will finally compete against American star Deontay Wilder, who will meet Tyson Fury in Los Angeles on December 1st.