ANTHONY JOSHUA seems to be putting all the Tyson Fury drama behind him after posting a video of an Ibiza party at Wayne Lineker's club.
Joshua, 32, shared a story on Instagram that showed revellers having a good time at Lineker's beach club on the Spanish island.
AJ's footage caught Gary Lineker's brother's O Beach Club packed with bikini-clad beauties.
It was not clear if the British boxing star was there in person, but he becomes the latest celebrity fan of the popular club.
Joshua joins the likes of Manchester City star Jack Grealish, Aston Villa ace Tyrone Mings and former England internationals Joe Hart, Michael Carrick, Peter Crouch and Andy Carroll in endorsing the day party venue.
This comes after Fury branded his fellow Brit a “coward” and an “idiot” as he called off their world heavyweight title showdown.
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The Gypsy King set Joshua’s camp a deadline of 5pm on Monday to sign the contract for a fight on December 3 in Cardiff or he would find an alternative opponent.
But after the deadline passed, Fury snapped as he issued the following message: “Well guys, it’s official, D-Day has come and gone.
“It’s gone past 5pm on Monday and no contract has been signed. It’s officially over for Joshua, he is now out in the cold, with the wolfpack. Forget about it. Idiot. Coward. S***house. Bodybuilder.
“Always knew you didn’t have the minerals to fight the Gypsy King. Regardless of what the f*** you say now, I don’t really care. Good luck with your life. End of.”
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Joshua insisted on Sunday he would sign it but his promoter Eddie Hearn claimed there was “no chance” it would be done by Fury’s self-imposed deadline because the details “were all over the place”.
The undefeated heavyweight is now most likely to fight Manuel Charr after recent wins over Deontay Wilder and Dillian Whyte.
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