Anthony Joshua heads off on ski holiday after Deontay Wilder blast over ‘second-rate’ opponents

ANTHONY JOSHUA headed off on a ski holiday with friends after Deontay Wilder blasted him for fighting "second-rate" opponents.

Brit star AJ, 29, hit the slopes before relaxing in a cosy chalet as he shrugged off the Bronze Bomber's comments.

Anthony Joshua heads off on ski holiday after Deontay Wilder blast over ‘second-rate’ opponents7 Anthony Joshua headed off on a skiing holiday this week
Anthony Joshua heads off on ski holiday after Deontay Wilder blast over ‘second-rate’ opponents7 Anthony Joshua hit the slopes with some friends on an adventurous break

Joshua looked relaxed as he threw on his shades and jacket before enjoying the snow with pals.

After his day on the slopes, Joshua retreated to his chalet, complete with log fire and homely dinner table.

However, Joshua could be forgiven for his mind being elsewhere, after Wilder laid into the WBA, WBO and IBF champ after negotiations for a fight between the two broke down.

After his controversial draw with Tyson Fury, American Wilder said: “I haven’t even thought about Joshua and them. They’re getting what they deserve.

Anthony Joshua heads off on ski holiday after Deontay Wilder blast over ‘second-rate’ opponents7 AJ and friends made the most of the incredible weather on the slopes
Anthony Joshua heads off on ski holiday after Deontay Wilder blast over ‘second-rate’ opponents7 Anthony Joshua and his friends relaxed in a cosy chalet in the evening
Anthony Joshua heads off on ski holiday after Deontay Wilder blast over ‘second-rate’ opponentsAP:Associated Press7 Anthony Joshua enjoyed his trip in spite of Deontay Wilder's comments

“They felt like they was the only one running this sport.

“Me and Fury came together to show the world what it looks like for the best to fight the best. Look at the outcome.

“They had their opportunity. It could’ve been me and Joshua that had that excitement going on, but their egos got the best of them.

“Let them continue to fight the second-tier fighters and hopefully one knocks him out."

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