Anthony Joshua has shown off his huge frame in new photos ahead of his rematch against Oleksandr Usyk.
The British superstar has been busy putting in the work in the gym as he bids to regain the belts he lost to the Ukrainian last September.
Joshua, 32, had sparked concern among boxing fans who said he appeared too slim prior to his original fight with Usyk.
But it seems he has taken the criticism on board after apparently bulking up rather considerably in preparation for their highly-anticipated rematch.
On Sunday, the Olympic gold medalist posted two new photos to his official Instagram page.
And a topless AJ looked bigger than ever as he posed for the snaps on a sunny beach at an unknown location.
The pride of Watford shared the images to social media, which prompted a flood of replies from his legion of fans.
It comes after Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed that ‘the paperwork is done’ for the rematch to take place in Saudi Arabia on August 20.
Hearn told the BBC: “I can finally say that you will get an official announcement next week.
“Sometimes I say to you hopefully the next two weeks, hopefully this.
“The paperwork is done, the fight is on, and you will get an official announcement early next week.
“I think he just understands that in a fight of this magnitude, things do take time.
“It’s taken time but we’re in a great place. He’s been training throughout, so has Oleksandr Usyk. AJ is more confident than I’ve ever seen him going into a fight. We believe he’s going to win the fight,
“it’s a massive fight, and finally we can announce it and it’ll be a big sigh of relief when we do because people can stop asking me when.
Asked if Joshua will leave Sky Sports, he replied: “We’ll make an announcement on that following the fight announcement. We’ve been working hard, but when Anthony Joshua became a broadcast free agent, the whole world wanted him.
“Of course Sky wanted to continue their relationship with him, DAZN wanted to come in and make a game-changing move in the sport, other platforms as well.
“So we have to also make a decision on that and that will be announced following the fight announcement.
“First things first, let’s get that fight announcement and then Anthony’s long-term broadcast future will also be announced I would think next week, but that decision will also be made by Anthony, myself, 258 and the entire team.”