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Tyson Fury Says Anthony Joshua 'Sh*t Himself' On Live TV Over Title Unification Fight

Daniel Marland

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Tyson Fury Says Anthony Joshua 'Sh*t Himself' On Live TV Over Title Unification Fight

Tyson Fury has reacted to Anthony Joshua's post-fight interview and thinks he 'sh*t himself' regarding a title unification clash.

Following the fight, he was asked about fighting Fury in 2021 and decided to judge on the fan reaction.

But WBC heavyweight champion Fury immediately took to Instagram and said: "There you go everyone, Anthony Joshua just sh*t himself live on television.

"Got asked if he wanted the fight, then he went around the bushes and put his a**e in the hedge.

"I want the fight, I want the fight next! I'll knock him out inside three rounds, he's a big bum dosser!"

Joshua had said after defeating Pulev: "Wembley Arena, can you hear me. Let's make some noise!

"One thousand fans, I love you all. Boxing is about less talk and more actions and I hope everyone was satisfied.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA


Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA


"For me, I stuck to what I know best. The boxing. I don't really want to do an interview. Go and have a lovely Christmas and we'll see you in 2021.

"You ask the crowd what they want to see.

"Last year, 2019. I want to challenge. It's not about the opponent. It's about the legacy and the belt. If that's Tyson Fury, let it be Tyson Fury. It's no big deal."

Joshua dominated Pulev in the early rounds and maintained distance from the Bulgarian.

But the third round saw him unload a five-punch combination that nearly downed Pulev for an early finish.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

However, the 39-year-old grew into the contest and enjoyed spells of dominance in the middle rounds.

Round seven saw Joshua regain control and he managed to keep his distance effectively.

Joshua then sealed a win towards the end of the ninth after a huge punch.

Following the fight, he told fans it was all about 'less talk and more action' while admitting he didn't want to do an interview.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images & Tyson Fury/Instagram

Daniel Marland
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