Anthony Joshua receives OBE at Buckingham Palace and claims he want to become ‘undisputed champion’ next year

BOXING champ Anthony Joshua looks as pleased as punch after an OBE yesterday.

Prince Charles gave heavyweight AJ, 29, the Palace honour for services to sport.

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Anthony Joshua was given an OBE at Buckingham Palace on Thursday[/caption]

Anthony Joshua was presented with the OBE by Prince Charles for his services to sport

AJ said: “In boxing you meet people, inspire them and they do the same.

“It’s not just the medal, it’s what I’ve done to achieve it.”

Joshua claimed at the start of December that he wants to become ‘undisputed champion’ by fighting Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

Speaking after the ceremony at the Buckingham Palace, AJ said: “It’s understanding what I’ve done and I feel like in terms of services to sport.

Anthony Joshua said he wants to become ‘undisputed champion’ by fighting Deontay Wilder and Tyson Furry with the next year
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Speaking after the ceremony, Anthony Joshua said boxing helps people from different backgrounds

“It’s like creating an economy and it helps people from different backgrounds.”

TV gardener Monty Don, 63, and ex-800m runner Diane Modahl, 52, were also handed OBEs.

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