Anthony Joshua struggles to stay on feet while ice-skating and holds on to a penguin to stop him falling over

Anthony Joshua struggles to stay on feet while ice-skating and holds on to a penguin to stop him falling over

December 12, 2021

ANTHONY JOSHUA proved the old saying 'the bigger you are the harder you fall' after struggling to stay on his feet while ice-skating.

The 6ft 5in British boxing star fighter had to make use of the safety support while taking his five-year-old son JJ to Lapland UK with a group of his pals.


As many rink rookies do, the former heavyweight champ needed the tiny children's penguin balancing aid to stop him falling over.

AJ stumbled as he weaved in and out of the crowds of other children and parents.

He was wearing a rented pair of the bright orange ice skates available for hire at the attraction in Ascot, Berkshire.

And he just about managed to avoid taking a KO-style tumble as he tried to get himself to the safety of the wall at the side.

He later posed for photographs alongside some of Lapland UK's staff against a Christmas-themed backdrop.

The Watford ring star shares custody of JJ with his former partner Nicole Osbourne, who is a dance teacher and yoga instructor.

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AJ lost his heavyweight titles to Ukrainian star Oleksandr Usyk in September.

The Brit triggered a rematch clause and the return bout now looks set to take place before the end of April.

A win for AJ could set up a long-awaited showdown with Tyson Fury, although the Gypsy King will have to defend his WBC crown against fellow Brit Dillion Whyte first in a bout expected to take place in the spring.

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