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Footage Of Tyson Fury FaceTiming Anthony Joshua Emerges Following Recent Staredown

Footage Of Tyson Fury FaceTiming Anthony Joshua Emerges Following Recent Staredown

Tyson Fury hilariously Facetimed Anthony Joshua at the pub before 'AJ' replied with: "When are we fighting?"

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ITV followed Fury in the build-up to his rematch with Deontay Wilder in February for a documentary titled 'Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King'.

Fury begins the conversation by saying: "What's happening AJ?"

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Joshua responds: "Training, keeping my life simple. What's been happening? Everything good? Family good?"

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."

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Fury then jokes: "When are we fighting? Behave yourself! I only called you up to say hello."

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

The pair looked set to go head-to-head later this year following Fury's victory over Wilder but the coronavirus pandemic has pushed it back a year.

Nevertheless, both men seem up for putting their belts on the line and engaged in a first staredown of sorts recently.

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The pair of heavyweight title holders bumped into each other in Spain and appeared to have a conversation.

Joshua, the unified champion, took to social media to post a picture of them in mid-conversation.

On Twitter, he wrote: "Sweeeeeeeeeeeet Caroline!! Ohhhh ohhh ohhhhh."

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Fury, who holds the WBC title, responded on Instagram: "Good times never seem so good. 2021 it's going of," he wrote accompanied with the picture of the two heavyweight kings.

Both men are taking a break as they await for their next assignment, with Fury set to face longtime rival Wilder for a third time in December.

Joshua, meanwhile, will defend his world titles against mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev later this year.

Fury vs. Joshua will be a huge pay-per-event but promoter Eddie Hearn insists the fight won't cost £49.95.

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Image: Instagram/Tyson Fury
Image: Instagram/Tyson Fury

"You think that I'm going to double [it], oh and by the way, I don't even set the pay-per-view prices," he explained.

"You think Sky are going to double of Joshua - Ruiz for example, for Joshua - Fury. Do I think that'll go over £29.95, no I don't."

Who do you think will win the battle of the Brits?

Let us know in the comments below.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing News, Boxing, Rivalries, Deontay Wilder

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