Anthony Joshua explains how he needs to keep mixing it with the community
Last Updated: 12/04/18 1:08pm
Anthony Joshua might have his sights on Deontay Wilder but says he will never lose sight of his fans, with the help of JD Sports.
'AJ' dropped into the flagship store on Oxford Street on Wednesday night with hundreds of fans gathering to get a glimpse of the IBF, WBA 'Super' and now WBO heavyweight champion of the world.
He admitted he wants WBC holder Wilder next but admitted spending time with the public is a "10 out 10" necessity.
"That was 10 out of 10!" he told Sky Sports about his JD Sports event.
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"It's a busy street anyway and their flagship store but the event they put on brought people in. People came from all over England and some parts of Europe as well. It was a great turnout.
"You're in lockdown for four months' routines so you need a bit of an outburst and connect with the world so what better of doing it with the people."