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Monday, 1 May 2017

The Nigerian Mother Of Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua, Yeta Odusanya Brings His Son To See Him After BabySitting During The Fight

Anthony Joshua's mother spotted looking proud post-fight
The mother of heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, Yeta Odusanya, 51, was pictured smiling proudly today, after he son's stunning victory at Wembley Stadium last night. While others might have jetted off on a luxury holiday, the 27-year-old boxer spent yesterday reconnecting with his mother and his baby son after several gruelling months training for last night's showdown against Wladimir Klitschko. 

His mother babysat during the fight and was seen bringing his 18-month-old son home to see his father today, and Joshua said the boy loves the 'shiner' he sustained.

His mother babysat during the fight and was seen bringing his 18-month-old son home to see his father today, and Joshua said the boy loves the 'shiner' he sustained.

Asked if he was ready to meet his adoring fans there, Joshua said: 'First off, I’ve got to pay my bill. It’s very big,' reports The Sun.
'Am I ready for that? I'm a people person,' added Joshua, who has overnight become a household name after a dramatic fight that won him fans all over Britain. 
Joshua said he hoped to become a millionaire when he first started boxing, but he now hopes to become boxing's first billionaire. 
His promoter, Eddie Hearne, said that Joshua will become bigger than David Beckham, with huge public appeal that goes beyond boxing.
Motherly love: Joshua shared a photo of he and his mother cuddling outside their north London flat last weekThe humble father-of-one still lives with her and their dog Roxy in a former council flat in North London, which he bought for her for £174,000 after turning professional in 2013
'His commercial potential outside the ring is huge, way beyond Beckham and the world’s top footballers. He has a much bigger cross-over in terms of potential,' he said. 
The 27-year-old boxer spent yesterday reconnecting with his mother Yeta Odusanya, 51, and his baby son after several gruelling months of training away.
Speaking following Saturday night's showdown at Wembley in front of 90,000 people, Joshua admitted his mother had said she was proud of his triumph. 
ANTHONY JOSHUA: THE BIG BRAND MAN

Anthony Joshua already has numerous lucrative contracts to represent various brands.

He is CEO of his own company and is a brand ambassador for Jaguar Landrover, which last week gave him a unique £150,000 Range Rover SVAutobiography. 

He is also the poster boy for Under Armour, the sports brand of the moment, appearing on billboards all over the world.

Joshua also advertises Apple's Beats By Dre headphones and is linked to a number of other companies, including Lucozade and Sky Sports.  

She babysat during the fight and was seen bringing the 18-month-old home to see his father today.
The father-of-one still lives with Yeta and their dog Roxy in a former council flat in north London, which he bought her for £174,000 after turning professional in 2013.
Discussing speaking to his mother prior to the fight, Joshua said: 'We spoke on Facetime and she said she was proud of me.'
Then for the benefit of the assembled media he played a tape of her shouting 'Wow' and putting on his son JJ to gurgle down the phone.
For the past decade, Joshua has been in an on/off relationship with he mother of his child, former school friend Nicole Osbourne, who he bought a £500,000 flat not far from his home.
Though the 6ft 6in and 17 stone star is currently single, there is however one woman that will come before any others – his mother.
He has previously credited the close-relationship with Mrs Odusanya as being key to his rapid rise from amateur to becoming a boxing superstar – having now claimed the WBA, IBF, and IBO heavyweight titles.
After first winning his world title, Joshua shared an image of his son and said he was looking forward to spending some time with him

But he is so fiercely protective that since winning Olympic gold at London 2012 he has not let her watch his fights be it live or even on TV.
Yesterday however he conceded: 'Since all the gang were together I reckon that mum watched it with them on the TV.
'If so then she will have seen why I didn't want her there. This is a pretty brutal sport.'
Joshua said his mother, pictured today, spoke to her on the phone and said she was proud of him after the fight 
Joshua said his mother, pictured today, spoke to her on the phone and said she was proud of him after the fight 
Mrs Odusanya was spotted leaving their flat yesterday looking mightily relieved her son had survived the epic bout.
Asked if she was proud of him, she simply gave a double thumbs up and a big grin before climbing into the £80,000 white Range Rover he had bought her.
Despite earning roughly £15million for the fight, Joshua told a press conference that all he wanted to do following the fight was to go back to ‘normal living’ by having a lie-in and eating some of his mother’s home-made cooking.
Asked what his plans were for Sunday at the post-match press conference, he told reporters: ‘I’m a good man, I’m a family man, and I love life.
'How do I plan to celebrate? Wake up midday for once. Wake up midday and then catch up with my family
'Normally I take a holiday, but I think this time what I’m going to do is just pop round to some of my family’s house and catch up.
'Because we spend quarter of the year training, and then normally you go on holiday and then straight back into training camp. I don’t want to do that, I want to catch up with family. And that’s it. Go back to normal living.’
One of four children, Joshua grew up on the Meridean Estate in Watford and left school aged 16 after falling in with the wrong crowd. 

Via - Dailymail

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