Anthony Joshua is living the life of a world champion in Jamaica, taking a well-deserved break from his grueling program to relax in a £ 2,000-a-night luxury villa.
The 29-year-old took a short break from the ring and launched into the luxurious Montego Bay area of Jamaica to avoid the arrival of the British winter and get some sun at the end of the day. year.
Joshua and his entourage frequent one of the most beautiful villas in the area for his stay, which boasts an endless array of luxurious benefits with stunning views.
Anthony Joshua is located in the area of Montego Bay, Jamaica, staying in a luxurious luxury villa
The lavish structure is artfully decorated and boasts stunning views of the idyllic surrounding area
Joshua and his entourage relaxed in the glamorous villa, which costs £ 15.051 to stay there for a week
LUXURY PADS OF JOSHUA
£ 2,150 a night
£ 15,051 for seven nights
Sleeps 10 people, with five bedrooms
Fully equipped fitness room
View of the Caribbean Sea
At a cost of £ 2,150 a night, the lavish property is available only to those who have a lot of money in the bank, even if lucky suitors certainly get good value for money.
Joshua has a choice of five bedrooms for his stay in Jamaica, each with its own bathroom and washing area.
The villa boasts views overlooking the great river valley, the mountains and the Caribbean sea & # 39; and is furnished throughout in a tasteful minimalist style.
A large outdoor swimming pool is available to guests, who guard the finely manicured gardens and a large expanse of crystal clear sea.
As it is almost a mandatory requirement for an athlete of the caliber of Joshua, the villa also contains a fully equipped gym and a fitness room, with additional space around the pool area for open workouts.
Joshua has already given fans a taste of fantasy escape, taking to social media to post updates on his seemingly endless fitness routine.
The open-air pool area contains several sections, while offering a large expanse for sunbathing or open workout sessions
Breakfast with a view: Joshua and Co can feel united with nature while they drink their morning coffee in Montego Bay
A basic requirement for an athlete of the caliber of Joshua, the villa also includes a fully equipped gym and a fitness room
& # 39; & # 39 AJ; he recently released videos of himself working in the gym, doing crunches and cardio on the treadmill, all in an effort to maintain his sturdy structure and stay in combat conditions.
But it was not all work, no game for the world champion. He also started to dive into the pool from the top of his villa and seems to be achieving a balance between relaxation and grafting while taking time.
The world heavyweight champion IBF, WBA and WBO overcame his last challenge in September when he defeated Alexander Povetkin in the seventh round at Wembley Stadium.
After Povetkin's fight, Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn revealed that Wembley had been booked for April 13 next year.
The world of boxing is still rubbing his hands on the possibility that Joshua will finally rise against the American star Deontay Wilder, who will meet Tyson Fury in Los Angeles on December 1st.