Anthony Joshua showed he is still a man of the people by sparring with starstruck young fans in the car park of his gym after a gruelling training session.
AJ cracked jokes as he shadow boxed with one fan in the opening sequence of the video before getting another local youngster involved.
The WBA, IBF and WBO champion holds his hands up before teaching the kid a combination of punches and giving him advice.
The down to earth moment was filmed outside the Finchley Amateur Boxing club and then uploaded on to Joshua’s Instagram story later.
It comes as the Brit is preparing to face 39-year-old Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev in a mandatory defence of his IBF title which initially set for June.
After coronavirus scuppered the clash Promoter Eddie Hearn now hopes to reschedule the title fight for November, with a reduced crowd at the O2 Arena.
In recent weeks, Hearn has also claimed Joshua vs. Pulev could take place in a ‘quirky’ venue, with Croatia being mentioned as a possible location.
“Other ideas we have are 1,000 people somewhere strange and quirky. I’ve got a few things up my sleeve.
“We’re talking about castles, plush hotels, maybe even on a boat,” he revealed.
“Croatia have offered a coliseum – and that’s beautiful – and we’re still open to options and flexible.
“These are all things thinking outside of the box – it just depends what’s allowed.”
AJ has not boxed at the O2 since 2016, instead headlining at Wembley and the Principality Stadium.
Meanwhile, Joshua’s rival Tyson Fury has vowed to ‘terminate’ AJ and Deontay Wilder and insists he’s ‘getting better with age like a fine wine’.
The WBC champion issued an ominous promise to his main rivals during a car ride with his father, John, after a morning run.
“I’m coming for Wilder first, then I’m going to come for Joshua.
“Then I’m gonna come for whoever else wants the smoke. You’re all getting annihilated, every single one of you.
“Ain’t no stopping us now. Anyone who does will get smashed to bits, terminated, plowed over like a stone in the road.
“I’m getting better with age, like a fine wine.”