Anthony Joshua smashes window during opening of new Under Armour store in Amsterdam: 'Sometimes all it takes is one punch'
- Anthony Joshua took part in the stunt for his US sponsor Under Armour?
- The IBF and WBA champion has been out of action since defeating Carlos Takam
- He is searching for a new opponent after talks with Deontay Wilder broke down?
World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua broke a window with one punch in Amsterdam – as he opened a shop in the Dutch capital.
The IBF and WBA champion has been out of action since defeating Carlos Takam at the end of October as he successfully defended the titles he won when he beat Wladimir Klitschko in April.
Joshua made the most of his time in Amsterdam on Thursday as he smashed the window of a new store owned by Under Armour.?
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Anthony Joshua was helping his US sponsor Under Armour with a new store opening
Joshua threw a trademark right hand as photographers snapped away in the Dutch capital
The 28-year-old shattered the mocked up shop window as dozens of fans stood and watched
The impact shattered the window with ease as his fans cheered him on in Amsterdam
The 28-year-old posted a video of him opening the store on his Instagram?account.?
'Sometimes all it takes is one punch, Joshua wrote. 'Proud to open the @underarmour Brand House in Amsterdam #IWILL.'
Joshua, who is sponsored by the US company, has been keeping busy over the last few weeks after talks over unification fight with Deontay Wilder broke down.
Wilder and Joshua had been expected to name a date for a fight next year, but that looks unlikely after the Brit's promoter, Eddie Hearn,?refused to split the purse evenly.??
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