WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO may be 44 but continues to wow fans with his ripped body.
The boxing legend took to Instagram on Monday as he stripped down to his boxers for a spot of cryotherapy.
He wrote: “I’ve been told I’m cold blooded, today that’s true.”
In the photo posted, he is holding the door of the chamber wearing just a balaclava, gloves, pants and socks.
It meant his huge shoulders and arms as well as his bulging abs and pecs were out on show for all to see.
Then on his Instagram story, Klitschko gave fans further glimpses with a photo of the freezing-cold chamber as well as videos doing some shadow boxing and his breath freezing with temperatures at around -110C.
Cryotherapy – also known as cold therapy – is used to aid muscular recovery by restricting the inflammatory process and increasing blood flow.
But there was only one thing fans were talking about in the comments as they were in awe of the Ukrainian’s physique, three years after hanging up his gloves.
One wrote: “Cmon how can you post something like this…. I am in love,” followed by a series of fire and heart emojis.
Another said: “You look like a bodybuilder in this pic, amazing shape at your age and great inspiration for me.”
A third added: “Like a 25-year-old boxer. Class. Respect.”
One commented: “Looks like you could fight tomorrow.”
And a final user joked: “I hope my wife doesn’t see this!”
Some others, meanwhile, are convinced he is training for a shock comeback to the boxing ring – and eyeing up a rematch with Tyson Fury.
Klitschko enjoyed a stellar career inside the ring spanning 21 years, making his pro debut in 1996.
He won 64 of his 69 bouts and is considered one of the greatest heavyweights of all time, holding a world title for a combined spell of 12 years.
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However, two of his five defeats came in his final two fights, firstly losing his WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring heavyweight belts to Fury in Dusseldorf in 2015.
Then two years later, aged 41, he floored Anthony Joshua but the Brit fought back to stop Klitschko in the 11th round.
Most recently, Dr Steelhammer has been working with Evander Holyfield to help get the 57-year-old back into shape ahead of a potential return to the ring.