This is Anthony Joshua's power-packed 1,000 calorie breakfast
Anthony Joshua is a big man.
The 6ft 6in fighter weighs over 16 stone, which isn't massive in heavyweight boxing terms, but he needs serious calories to keep him training like a beast ready for his first title defence against Dominic Breazeale.
Before his world title win over American southpaw Charles Martin it emerged that the Olympic gold medallist eats 4,500 calories a day to keep his engine firing.
The majority of his nutrition comes from whole foods - good sources of protein, carbs and fats.
But Joshua gave us an insight into the monster breakfast he eats to replenish his glycogen stores, repair and rebuild his muscles and power him through another hard day's training.
We've never seen anything like it.
The 26-year-old IBF world champion four pieces of toast, two servings of beans, six poached eggs, beetroot, spinach and a protein shake.
Beans are a great complete protein and carb source, brown bread contains slow burning carbs and eggs are a great source of muscle-building protein and fat. Beetroot is proven to aid performance, while spinach helps the body use protein better for muscle mass.
Adding all that lot up it comes to more than 1,000 calories.
Thousands of Joshua fans on Twitter couldn't believe how much food the champ lays away in one sitting...
@anthonyfjoshua you beast ?????
— Momo (@PhilWhi7) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua @Skeshhhh beans on toast, food of champions!!
— Dan Tudor (@danchantudor) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua @jakemcgee199813 eat big plates lift big plates
— Jack Robinson (@jack_robinson33) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua oh god your flatulence is gonna be as deadly as your right hook ?
— The A Bomb (@InWindleland) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua soo many beans you gonna be letting out some gas ??
— KrunaL ShivaL (@KrunaLShivaL) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua no bacon or sausage?! That's poor champ! ;)
— Kraig (@___Kraig___) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua Think you need us in your life champ! Baked beans in polystyrene is a bit of a no no. You're good at punching people tho!
— Fuel & Nourish (@FuelandNourish) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua that's the excuse I needed for having two brekkies :)
— Cj (@cjconlan83) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua I thought too many eggs were bad for people? Obviously not by the looks of things. #Letseatchamp
— Sean Charters (@ChartersSean) 8 June 2016
@anthonyfjoshua after that kill it down the gym! Good work champ!
— amit sidhar (@sidhaami) 8 June 2016