Tyson Fury Hilariously FaceTimes Anthony Joshua While In The Pub
Tyson Fury hilariously Facetimed fellow Brit Anthony Joshua at the pub before 'AJ' replied with: "When are we fighting?"
ITV followed Fury in the build-up to his rematch with Deontay Wilder for a documentary titled 'Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King'.
Fury begins the conversation by saying: "What's happening AJ?"
Joshua responds: "Training, keeping my life simple. What's been happening? Everything good? Family good?"
:sweat_smile::iphone: Video of Tyson Fury's FaceTime call with Anthony Joshua while sat in a pub last year. Brilliant to see this respect between the top UK heavyweights...
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Fury replies with: "I'm all good brother."
Joshua the turns his attention to the ring and asks: "When are we fighting? It sounds like 2021."
Fury then jokes with the fellow Brit: "When are we fighting? Behave yourself! I only called you up to say hello."
The duo have been rumoured to fight for a number of years but it has yet to materialise.
Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn has recently stated a potential bout could occur in Saudi Arabia, similar to when Joshua defeated Andy Ruiz Jr to reclaim his world titles.
"We've been there before," Hearn stated.
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"Both guys have turned down 60-40 for that fight and now we have no other option, but to offer them 50-50, because the fight will never happen, subject to the boss giving the thumbs up, which I think he knows that's the way to make this fight.
"We have a huge site offer in place for that fight to take place."
Joshua also offered to spar with Fury back in December but Joshua later admitted he regretted the offer.
Fury faces off with longtime rival Wilder on Saturday night and the duo squared off at a press conference on Wednesday evening.
The two boxing superstars pushed and shoved on stage before they took their seats.
Wilder and Fury traded verbal blows throughout as the 'Bronze Bomber' argued that he was the main reason why the Brit even returned to boxing.
"Don't you ever forget who brought you back! Don't you ever forget that!" he said.
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