Anthony Joshua may be the big-money star of British boxing - but the world heavyweight champion is still a man of simple pleasures during training camp.
While the likes of Floyd Mayweather love to flaunt their fleet of flashy cars and mansions, Joshua prefers a more 'humble' life in the weeks before fight night.
The IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight king is currently preparing for his US debut in New York against Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller on June 1.
World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has shown fans round his flat in Sheffield
Joshua stays in the flat while in training camp with Rob McCracken at the GB boxing base
In the video AJ shows off his lounge, which features a worn sofa and his NormaTec chair
Joshua prepares the fuel for a gruelling training camp in this understated kitchen in Sheffield
As he has since before taking gold at London 2012, AJ is putting in the grind in Sheffield, where he trains at the GB boxing base alongside the stars of tomorrow.
It's here, too, that he lives in the weeks before the first bell. Though Joshua is believed to have earned close to £100million during his unbeaten career, he still lives in a cosy, two-bedroom flat in camp.
This week, he gave fans an insight into his life during training as he did his own version of MTV's hit show 'Cribs' and gave viewers a tour of his 'humble abode'.
'This is where it goes down,' Joshua says in the as he welcomes the cameras into his home.
The WBA, WBO and IBF champion is currently preparing to face Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller
Inside the fridge in his kitchen, Joshua keeps Supermalt and an array of vegetables and juices
'They're comfortable, they work... there is no need to change it,' he says of the 'vintage' chairs
He begins by taking fans into the living room, which features a worn black sofa and arm chair, both of which are now covered in patches of brown.
'You've probably noticed the vintage seats, we've had these seats in here for about the last seven years,' he says.
'But you know the old saying: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it". They're comfortable, they work, I can relax... it's what I need so there is no need to change it.'
There is some room for state-of-the-art technology, however. Joshua shows off a special chair where he uses his 'NormaTec' compression kit, a 'pulse recovery system' which helps athletes recharge in between workouts.
AJ's lounge is attached to a