From the ring to the ice rink! Boxer Anthony Joshua is forced to use a penguin balancing aid after nearly falling while skating with his son Joseph, 5, in Lapland, UK
As one of the most famous British boxers in the world, we’re used to seeing him throw a few punches in the ring.
And while 32-year-old Anthony Joshua may be at the top of his game when it comes to his sport, it seems ice skating isn’t his forte.
The sportsman nearly fell when he took his son Joseph, 5, to ice skate in Lapland in the UK this weekend, leaving the former heavyweight champion in need of a helping hand. balancing penguins for kids, writing on her Snapchat: “The fall would have been nasty lol. ‘
Almost! Anthony Joshua, 32, used a penguin balancing aid after nearly falling when he took his son Joseph, 5, to ice skate in Lapland in the UK this weekend
Extra help: The former heavyweight champion could be seen smiling after needing a children’s penguin balancing aid
The boxer wore a navy blue quilted jacket and matching pants.
He was also wearing a pair of bright orange rental ice skates as he made his way across the ice.
Pictured, Anthony could be seen losing his balance, just managing to stay on his feet.
Father-son duo: Anthony shares his son Joseph with ex-dance teacher and yoga teacher Nicole Osbourne
Ready for winter: You could see the boxer shorts snug in a navy quilted jacket and matching pants
After managing to stay upright, the 6-foot-5 boxer called in a penguin-shaped balance aid usually used by children to make sure he didn’t fall face down on the ice.
He was then seen posing among a winter scene with elves in the Christmas themed park.
Anthony shares his son Joseph with ex-dance teacher and yoga teacher Nicole Osbourne.
Festive spirit: Anthony looked happy to be in the Christmas-themed park ahead of the holiday season
Many many talents? Pictured, Anthony could be seen losing his balance, just managing to stay on his feet
He previously said he planned to have up to seven children in his post-boxing life plans.
During an appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show, he said: “I want to have a lot of [of children].
‘Someone told me, which makes sense, when you’re young you don’t want to have kids, but when you’re older and you’re settling down and retired you want to have more kids around, so I’m just looking ahead – the loads for me is probably six more.
Long live the wind! Anthony was next seen posing among a winter scene with elves in the Christmas themed park