Tyson Fury Taunts Anthony Joshua And Makes Damning Prediction Ahead Of Potential Undisputed Clash
Tyson Fury has told Anthony Joshua to "grow a pair and sign the contract" and is aiming to take him out inside four rounds if they meet.
The 'Gypsy King' was left impressed with his rival's dominant victory and issued a damning message to 'AJ' ahead of a potential 'Battle of Britain' showdown.
'Let's hope this fight happens...I've been willing to take the fight for the last 5 years.'@Tyson_Fury tells @piersmorgan and @susannareid100 about why he decided to challenge @anthonyfjoshua in the ring.- Good Morning Britain (@GMB) December 14, 2020
He also has a message for the two-time unified heavyweight champion. pic.twitter.com/kAEx0ePPpo
"I watched the fight, I was very impressed with what he did," he said on Good Morning Britain.
"It came to the end of the fight when they did the interview, the public heard that he wanted to fight me and he avoided the question, which was a bit disappointing as it's been building up over the years.
"He avoided the question like he didn't want the fight, so I had to get straight on social media and make everyone know I'm willing to take the fight."
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When asked if he had a message for Joshua, Fury replied: "Grow a pair and sign the contract, big boy!
"I'm aiming to take him out inside four rounds. I said it about Deontay Wilder, not many people listened... Anthony's standing in my way of total supremacy in my era. He's the only one left I haven't beaten.
"Immortality awaits - I'm one win away from it."
Less talk more action :pen_ballpoint: The best heavyweight in the World and he will keep on proving it!- Eddie Hearn (@EddieHearn) December 12, 2020
It looks like the stage is set for the biggest Heavyweight championship fight since Ali-Frazier in 1971, when @Tyson_Fury meets @anthonyfjoshua for the undisputed crown.- Bob Arum (@BobArum) December 12, 2020
We at Top Rank will start on Monday working to put that fight together.
Fury hasn't fought since dethroning Deontay Wilder of the WBC title in February.
The undefeated world champion was then scheduled to return to action on December 5 before postponing his homecoming bout.
Will Fury jump straight into a fight with Joshua? Watch this space.
Featured Image Credit: Good Morning Britain/PA
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