Anthony Joshua looks the part in his suit as he poses with celebrities at GQ anniversary party in London
- Anthony Joshua looked the part in his suit at the GQ party in London on Monday
- The Watford-born star swapped the ring for the red carpet at the exclusive event
- British magazine GQ celebrated their 30th anniversary in style in Covent Garden
- Joshua posed for photos with various celebrities in his pinstripe suit at the party
- A clash with either Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder awaits Joshua in spring 2019
Anthony Joshua looked the part as he swapped the ring for the red carpet at Monday evening’s GQ anniversary party.
The 29-year-old heavyweight champion, who is enjoying a brief hiatus from the ring after overcoming Russian Alexander Povetkin last month, was in attendance at Sushisamba in London to help the British magazine celebrate its 30th birthday.
He was all smiles in a navy pinstripe suit as he posed for photos on the red carpet before the event.
Anthony Joshua (pictured) looked the part in his suit at the GQ party in London on Monday
The Watford-born star swapped the ring for the red carpet at the exclusive event in London
The man of the moment. @anthonyfjoshua #GQ30 pic.twitter.com/LKiReO3htJ
Joshua was later seen partying with celebrities such as Dylan Jones and Claudia Winkleman at the exclusive Covent Garden venue.
The Watford-born fighter features alongside son JJ as GQ’s cover star for their celebratory 30th anniversary edition.
Born Joseph Bayley Temiloluwa Prince Joshua on October 6, 2015, three-year-old JJ joined his father on a bike in a promotional image released by the magazine.
Joshua posed for photos with various celebrities in his pinstripe suit at the party
. @anthonyfjoshua is our December cover star, along with his son JJ. https://t.co/e12qgMPQmF #GQ30 pic.twitter.com/JjS2D6hIxw
Back in the ring, speculation persists over the heavyweight’s next opponent after fellow Brit Tyson Fury secured a lucrative deal to face American Deontay Wilder in December.
It is widely anticipated that the winner of that fight will face Joshua in spring 2019, with a potential IBF mandatory following after that.
Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev set himself up as the most likely opponent by beating another Briton in Hughie Fury — Tyson’s cousin — by unanimous points on Saturday.
Pulev had been due to fight Joshua in Cardiff last year only to pull out shortly before the clash through injury.
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