World and 2012 Olympic heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua has become a BULK POWDERS athlete. He will be a brand ambassador for nutrition supplement Bulk Powders.
The IBF, WBA (Super) and IBO heavyweight titles holder will lend his image to advertising campaigns to promote the sports science brand in the UK.
The 28-year old Briton confirmed that he will use the nutritional product throughout his upcoming training camps.
“I’m delighted to be working with Bulk Powders,” said Joshua. “As an athlete, I am always pushing to improve, and I know that having the right nutrition is key to unlocking my top performance in the ring.
“Bulk Powders are now my official sports nutrition supplier and they will help support me in achieving my targets in 2018 and beyond. I can easily incorporate the products into my busy routine. I can’t wait to see the results we can achieve together.”
Elliot Dawes, Managing Director Bulk Powders said: “We are absolutely delighted that Joshua has decided to become a Bulk Powder athlete, especially at such a crucial time in his career. He is one of the world’s top athletes so its fantastic news. We are very much looking forward to working closely with him and supporting him through all of his nutritional needs ongoing”.
Joshua joins the Bulk Powders team which includes Tom Daley, Lucy Watson, and Jonathan Joseph.
He has become the unified heavyweight champion earlier this year when he defeated Ukraine’s Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium in London. The 28-year-old has lucrative sponsorships deals with a number of global brands including Under Armour, Jaguar, Beats and StubHub.