Heavyweight champion of the world Anthony Joshua spectacularly fails at his attempt to demonstrate another sport.
The heavyweight champion is currently finalising details surrounding his next fight which is expected by all accounts to take place this November against Wladimir Klitschko in a rematch.
The leading venue is thought to be the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas – with a tentative date of August 11th now booked.
If their first fight was anything to go by back in April, expect fireworks again in the part two.
Particularly given the fact that Klitschko knows it could be his last time ever in a professional boxing ring.
In a lighter bit of news recently surrounding Joshua, he took to Soccer AM studios in a rather hilarious golfing faux pas, as it were.
While trying to demonstrate how to hit an iron shot with a female golf instructor – this was the result:
Hard luck Anthony. Perhaps a crossover into golf won’t be on the horizon anytime soon.
Maybe Conor McGregor could take note from the above in a small way, in that top being a top sportsman in a completely different sport doesn’t equal success or talent when trying to make the jump over into a new sport.
McGregor will make his professional boxing debut against the sport’s greatest fighter of the modern era in Floyd Mayweather next month on August 26th in Las Vegas.