- Anthony Joshua recently celebrated his 30th birthday
- The Briton was forced to take blood test during the small party in his training camp
- Joshua is getting ready for his re-match against Andy Ruiz on December 7 in Saudi Arabia
British boxer of Nigerian descent Anthony Joshua was forced to have a blood test on his 30th birthday celebration.
The former WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO champion was in the middle of cutting his chocolate cake during his training camp in Sheffield before officials came to take blood samples for druq test.
His manager Freddie Cunningham posted the videos of the Briton full of laughter after his cake arrived.
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But the druq testers interrupted the celebration and forced the boxer to give sample of his blood before allowing him continue his small party.
Joshua is currently getting ready for his re-match against Mexican-American pugilist Andy Ruiz on December 7 in Saudi Arabia.
The Mirror reports that both fighters who will square up later this year signed up to voluntary VADA testing, which could be conducted at any random times.
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Though, it was unclear how much of the cake the celebrant had on his day, what is glaring to all is that Joshua has shed a lot of weight on his way to recovering the belts he lost in June.
But he is not the only fighter in top shape, with Ruiz Jr warning the Watford-born boxer this week that he will enter the ring in better condition than when he won the titles in June.
"I will arrive in better condition.... lighter, faster and more powerful," Ruiz said to ESPN Deportes. "They will believe that in December they will win.
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"People will always talk like this, but I have faith that we're going to win and shut up more mouths.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Andy Ruiz American born Mexican boxer is putting himself in perfect shape ahead of his rematch with Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia later this year.
The 30-year-old emerged WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion in June after flooring the British pugilist at the Madison Square Garden.
However, with less than two months to the much-awaited fight staging in Diriyah on December 7, Ruiz seems to be fully ready for the bout.
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