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Anthony Joshua tries to keep his feet steady while skating and holds onto a penguin to prevent it from falling

ANTHONY JOSHUA proved the old saying ‘the bigger you are, the harder it is to fall’ after trying to stay on top of his feet while skating.

The 6ft 5in British boxer had to take advantage of safety support when he brought his 5-year-old son JJ to Lapland UK with a group of friends.

AJ took a picture with Santa's Little Helpers in Lapland UK

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AJ took a picture with Santa’s Little Helpers in Lapland UKCredit: Lapland UK’s twitter

Like many newcomers to the field, the former heavyweight champion needed the little penguin’s balance aid to prevent him from falling.

AJ tripped as he made his way in and out of crowds of other kids and parents.

He was wearing a pair of bright orange skates for rent at the attraction in Ascot, Berkshire.

And he managed to avoid a KO roll as he tried to bring himself to the safety of the wall on the side.

He then posed for a photo with some Lapland UK staff in a Christmas themed setting.

The Watford star shares custody of JJ with his ex-partner Nicole Osbourne, is a dance teacher and yoga instructor.


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AJ lost the heavyweight title to the Ukrainian star Oleksandr Usyk in September.

Brit has activated a rematch and return clause The match now looks set to take place before the end of April.

A win for AJ could set up a long-awaited showdown with Tyson Fury, though Gypsy King will have to defended his WBC crown against fellow Brit Dillion Whyte for the first time in a match scheduled for spring.

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Huynh Nguyen

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