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EXCLUSIVE: Tyson Fury Vows To Become Heavyweight World Champion, Issues Message To Anthony Joshua

EXCLUSIVE: Tyson Fury Vows To Become Heavyweight World Champion, Issues Message To Anthony Joshua

The 29-year-old returns to the ring on Saturday night.

Nasir Jabbar

Nasir Jabbar

Tyson Fury has vowed to become heavyweight world champion, again.

The 29-year-old makes his anticipated return to the ring on Saturday night following a hiatus away from the sport.

Fury takes on Sefer Seferi as he begins his quest to become the king of the heavyweight division.

Despite not competing since dethroning Wladimir Kltischko in 2015 on that memorable night in Dusseldorf, Germany, Fury is feeling no nerves ahead of entering the squared circle.

"No nerves at all. Feel like I've never been away. I'm a don," he said exclusively to SPORTbible.

Fury at the open workout. Image: PA
Fury at the open workout. Image: PA

When asked about his prediction for the fight, Fury hopes to leave the ring as the victor but is well aware of the dangers in heavyweight boxing while talking up his Albanian opponent.

"Hopefully I'll win. But I might not, I might lose... who knows?! Should be a good fight."

"He's a tough opponent. Big puncher. I don't know much about him to be honest. Only loss to Manuel Charr, world champion - tough fight."

A contest against Anthony Joshua or Deontay Wilder is the match-up fans are clamouring for. Not to mention Tony Bellew who continues to call him out.

Joshua is the holder of the WBA (super), IBF and WBO belts. As for Deontay Wilder, the American is in possession of the WBC strap.

A bout between Fury versus either Joshua or Wilder has been heavily muted, and he's issued a message to the pair of undefeated world champions.

"They just a want a piece of me. I'm the lineal champion of the world. Wilder, if he wants a piece of it, he knows where to find me - Joshua the same.

"Both a pack of bitches, no good, can't box."

Will Fury recapture his world titles?

Well, he's confident: "100%. Watch this space," he added.

Watch BT Sport Fight Night Live and Tyson Fury's comeback fight exclusively live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 4K UHD on Saturday June 9 from 19:00.

Featured Image Credit: PA/PA

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing News, Anthony Joshua, Boxing