Anthony Joshua celebrates his 27th birthday at London’s Playboy Club as heavyweight bout with Wladimir Klitschko nears completion
Anthony Joshua put talk of a potential heavyweight title fight with Wladimir Klitschko to one side as he celebrated his 27th birthday on Saturday night.
The British boxer paid a visit to London's notorious Playboy Club and took to Instagram on Sunday to share a photo of his 'fun' experience.
'Thank you all for your messages, it's been a fun weekend celebrating the big 27,' he captioned the image of himself, and friends Leon Skinner and Michael Jarman, alongside the club's famous Bunny croupiers.
Thank you all for your messages, it's been a fun weekend celebrating the big 27 ������
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