Fury Surprisingly Deletes Conspiracy-Like Tweet For Why He And Joshua Aren't Fighting
Oh, boy. Tyson Fury is making it quite clear that he's not happy with a lot of things at the moment. Firstly, he delivered a massive tirade against Anthony Joshua after promoter Eddie Hearn overlooked him as a would-be opponent, but now he's back at it again.
The Gypsy King took to Twitter to criticise AJ in a tweet, but what's surprising is that Fury has actually deleted what he said.
It's really surprising, especially when the 30-year-old has never been shy to speak his mind on boxing and, well, anything else that he doesn't like.
"I have to say the saddest thing ever [is] the British fight fans will never get to see Fury vs Joshua," he said. "That's a crying shame!
"It's the biggest British fight in history of boxing in [Britain], but Sky and Matchroom [Sport] have robbed the paying public again. Ask yourself why don't they want this?"
AJ put on one hell of a performance on Saturday night to retain his WBA Super, IBF and WBO titles against Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium.
The 28-year-old Brit has now won all 22 of his professional bouts and scored his 21 KO against the 39-year-old.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has already said that AJ's next opponent would be either Dillian Whyte or Deontay Wilder.
According to Fury's trainer, Ben Davison, he's ruled out the possibility of Joshua-Wilder taking place in April.
Fury has taken a swipe at AJ, sure, but he hasn't been silent to the taunting from the Gypsy King.
All I'm sayin is watch @Tyson_Fury wipe up this division again. :punch::fire:- Joe Hussain (@JoeHussain21) 23 September 2018
Why so serious :kissing_heart: pic.twitter.com/NvN8F50uoJ- Anthony Joshua (@anthonyfjoshua) 23 September 2018
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