Anthony Joshua added another four-wheel to his garage after acquiring a custom-made Range Rover SVAutobiograph, cited on YouTube.
The SUV is understood to be worth around $210,000 as he prepares for the defence of his WBO, IBF, IBO and WBA titles against Kubrat Pulev on June 20, 2020, at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Being a public figure, he now owns a luxury custom-made Land Rover brand had its finishing touches suited to his taste.
This means that Joshua's fingerprint is being made with it and the British fighter is the latest celebrity to acquire the eye-catching ride.
AJ's SVAutobiography comes in Bespoke Black which has his signature and his family crest stitched on all headrests, as well as the illuminated treadplates and interior door handles customized with a boxing motif, with the 30-year-old's name engraved on the dashboard.
Union Flag badges were included on the front fender vents, with plate number 258. It comes with a 565PS V8 Supercharged engine, 22-inch alloy wheels with contrasting red brake calipers.
In a video interview, Joshua was so thrilled with the luxury SUV that he might just give it a hug.
“The countdown to my next fight has begun and this custom Range Rover will play its part in the build-up.
“The SVAutobiography will take the stress out of long trips, allowing me to relax in complete comfort, and its unique design features both my family crest and references to my boxing success and I have to thank the team at Land Rover for taking my ideas and making them real.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had also reported that Deontay Wilder has insisted that all is not over as he prepares for a third fight with Tyson Fury who dethroned him of the WBC belt, cited on Sport Bible.
The Bronze Bomber has sent a message to his doubters and haters ahead of the trilogy with the Gypsy King.
The American fighter was knocked down twice as his team eventually threw in the towel in the seventh round after being outboxed by the undefeated British heavyweight.
Legit.ng also reported that Super Eagles AFCON qualifier against Sierra Leone on March 27, at the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, could be boycotted by foreign players, cited on The Guardian.
Due to the spread of the Coronavirus around Europe, there has been some travelling restrictions placed in some countries which could affect Nigeria players coming to represent the three-time African champions.
Most of the Nigerian players selected for the AFCON fixture are based in Europe play in Germany, England, France, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
Media Officer to the team Toyin Ibitoye said that the situation is being monitored by the government and the NFF and players' travelling logistics will be known in the coming week.
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