Six ft six, a mega-watt smile and the type of confidence that comes easily when you're heavyweight champion of the world.
He is also a mighty sharp dresser, as comfortable in a well-cut jacket as he is donning shorts and gloves.
We've picked out ten of our favourite AJ looks that showcase his sartorial style.
(We won't make a 'knockout' joke. We're better than that.)
Anthony Joshua: Ten Best Looks
BXR London Launch 2017
Anthony Joshua is a fan of the classics, and we can see why. He's as at home in a staple black suit as he does in the boxing ring. He’s on familiar turf here, though, pictured at the opening of BXR in 2017, the London state-of-the-art boxing gym which Joshua endorses. AJ, if you’re reading this, see you in the ring.
Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for BXR
The velvet jacket
British Olympic Ball 2013
Even at the early stages of his career, Joshua knew his way round an outfit. He teams a velvet, satin-lined jacket with a bold print scarf at the British Olympic Ball at the Dorchester in 2013. Want to emulate him? Step one: buy a velvet jacket. Step two: win an Olympic gold medal.
Photo by Danny E. Martindale/Getty Images
King of the court
Western Conference Finals 2018
Looking on during the 2018 NBA playoff between Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors, Joshua nails courtside-casual in an Under Armour jacket. Finished off with a gold emblem necklace and gold watch, this is accessorising done right.
Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images
The Award Winner
GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2016
Swapping trainers for Louboutin loafers, AJ put his most stylish foot forward to pick up the Sportsman of the Year gong at the British GQ Men of the Year awards in 2016. We’d say this satin dark-navy tuxedo made him a pretty hot contender for best dressed that evening too. Bonus points for having a supermodel in close proximity.
Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images
The Plain White T
French Connection Party 2014
Anthony Joshua certainly isn’t missing any tricks here at the French Connection #NeverMissATrick launch party in 2014. He’s a man who likes to rely on his basics. Who can blame him when he looks this good in a white t-shirt? The perfect weekend day-look with this white trainers and crisp blue jeans combo.
Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images for French Connection
Glamour Women Of The Year Awards 2017
At the Glamour Women of the Year awards with a Spice Girl on his arm; alright for some. The classic double breasted blazer is a bold way to flatter his wider broader shoulder frame, but ditching the tie lands this look just the right side of smart-casual. Follow his style tips and maybe you’ll get the invite next year.
Photo by Fred Duval/FilmMagic
The Triple Belter
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2017
Oozing effortless style backstage at The Late Late Show with James Cordon, this deep bottle-green suede jacket really is a winner on AJ. We’re also loving the triple-belt look. The jacket you can buy in shops; the belts are a little harder to come by.
(Photo by Craig Sugden/CBS via Getty Images)
Let’s be honest, this is Anthony Joshua’s attire much of the time. But what makes him the King of Casual is that he chooses tracksuits that are always tailored to fit his physique. Here he is leaving the BBC Radio 2 studio’s in 2016 donning a casual day outfit with a decent pair of trainers.
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The milk tray man
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017
Laid-back formal to a T, we’re wondering if we could pull off a skin-tight black polo neck too. Chances are we can’t, but we can give credit where credit's due and admire Mr Joshua’s simple and impeccable style at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards in 2017. He mightn't have won the award but he won the red carpet.
Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage
vs Vladmir Klitschko 2017
This list would not be complete without a visit to Joshua's office. Here he is preparing to enter the ring for his career-defining (so far) battle against Wladimir Klitschko. We'd compliment the white gown – very sleek – but it's hard to look past the burning initials on either side.