- Anthony Joshua make Eba to celebrate Nigeria's 60th anniversary
- The 30-year-old was also grooving to King Sunny Ade while making the popular cuisine
- Joshua is also taking time to prepare for his mandatory fight against Kubrat Pulev before considering Tyson Fury's bout
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Two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has revealed that he is not all about boxing after showing his skills making one popular Nigerian cuisine.
The 30-year-old was captured preparing the food in celebration of the country's 60th anniversary on Thursday, October 1.
During the process, Joshua was also grooving to one of King Sunny Ade's songs while some members of his camp were laughing at his displays.
A number of voices were hailing the British-born boxer of Nigerian descent while they all laughed at the champion.
The heavyweight champion is preparing for his mandatory fight against Kubrat Pulev before considering to face off with Tyson Fury for the unification bout.
Both Britons are currently in possession of all the belts in their category and are tipped to face off in a winner-takes-all encounter.
Legit.ng earlier reported that former American boxer Bernard Hopkins has predicted that Nigerian-British boxer Anthony Joshua will beat Tyson Fury when they both meet in boxing fight.
Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have never met in the ring in their rich boxing careers so far in which they have been tipped to face each other.
No doubt, the encounter will be one of the toughest fight in the history of boxing if it happens considering their records and achievements so far in the game.
Fury has never been defeated by any opponent in his career, while Anthony Joshua has lost once when he was beaten by Andy Ruiz.
Also, YEN.com.gh reported that DJ Cuppy generated massive reactions online on Thursday, October 1, as she shared a photoshopped photo that features her and heavyweight Nigerian boxer, Anthony Joshua.
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