Olympic boxing hero James DeGale has proved he packs a punch outside the ring, as well as in, with this revealing snap for charity.
The Beijing gold medalist from Harlesden, Brent, is the latest sporting star to bare all for magazine Cosmopolitan - in aid of Everyman Cancer.
In a bid to knock out prostate and testicular cancer DeGale, nicknamed Chunky, has proved he is anything but, by joining the likes of England goalkeeper David James and rugby pin-up Danny Cipriani, who have both posed naked for the cause in the past.
The Everyman campaign, which was launched by The Institute of Cancer Research in 1997, has had support from a range of sporting celebrities in an attempt to curb the rising levels of prostate and testicular cancer.
When it was first started a lack of funds meant little research was being carried out in that field and the idea was launched in an attempt to encourage men to be more open about health matters.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan DeGale admits he too has overlooked the danger of these cancers in the past but was delighted to help the charity.
The 23-year-old middleweight said: "I'm not a shy boy and I jumped at the chance to be involved. Like a lot of men, I forget to check myself but I'm vowing to have a feel at least once a week from now on.
"To be honest, this isnÕt me in my best shape, but a few more weeks of training should do the job. I run seven miles every morning and train for two hours in the gym every afternoon. When I'm not training I get a fat tummy and man boobs, which makes me self-conscious."
The risque shots come just weeks after the champ was given an indifferent reception by fans following his first professional fight - beating Vepkhia Tchilaia - but it is clear that despite the boo boys he still has the naked ambition to become world champion.