Anthony Joshua enjoys the high life in £27million Mansion

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Anthony Joshua is said to be the first Billionaire Boxer. So renting out an £80,000 a month Mansion in St John’s Wood is not a problem.

Anthony Joshua (19-0, 19 KOs) is the current Heavyweight Champion of the world, so with all the sucess in his career comes the perks such as luxury holidays to dubai, a £150k Range Rover with Diamonds stitched into the seats and a multi million pound mansions in one of the most prestige areas of London.

His current home – decorated with chandeliers and paintings by French artist Viviane Cisinski – was bought for £27million by South African diamond trader Walter Hennig, 44, in 2012.

He is the son of controversial businessman Oloff Hennig, who is best known for his friendship with Ronnie Biggs, the Great Train Robber.

The luxury home includes a salt grotto as part of a state-of-the-art spa, gym and indoor pool complex, plus a wine cellar, cinema and two staff bedrooms.

The master suite, with his and hers dressing areas, occupies the first floor.

Many experts have related the current career of Anthony Joshua to that of former Heavyweight Champion Mike Tyson who made around $400 Million during his career. Both Boxers have Knocked out all/most of their opponents and entertained their fans by doing so. However, when Mike Tyson lost his first fight to Buster Douglas things really went downhill for him, and this could happen to Anthony Joshua.

Since Joshua beat Klitschko earlier this year, Boxing fans have been calling for unification fight against the current WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay wilder. If Wilder fight and beats Joshua then this could be the end of Joshuas Billionaire vision.

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