Tyson Fury Brutally Hits Back At Anthony Joshua Over Criticism Of Otto Wallin Fight
Tyson Fury has launched a scathing attack on Anthony Joshua over the comments he made about Otto Wallin.
The superstar Brit, 31, will clash with the Swedish boxer at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on 14th September.
But 'AJ,' 29, called out Fury over his choice of opponent and the 'Gypsy King' has taken aim at his fellow Brit for his last fight against Andy Ruiz Jr.
Fury told Behind The Gloves: "Andy Ruiz was absolutely f*****g nobody and today is heavyweight champion...
"He contradicts himself quite a lot actually.
"So, AJ, you must think before you speak, you little p***y."
Joshua, who suffered a stunning defeat at the hands of Ruiz, had slammed Fury by saying that his fight with Wallin is something "no-one talks about."
The former unified heavyweight champ continued: "I fought Wallin as an amateur.
"These guys are cream of the crop, they shouldn't be fighting them type of people...
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"I can't fight Wallin, don't think I can ever fight lower-tier heavyweights."
Wallin is expected to be Fury's final opponent in 2019 before a potential rematch with Deontay Wilder, 33, in early 2020.
Speaking of Wilder, the WBC champ also took a swipe at his fierce rival over his choice to fight against Wallin next.
"He keeps pulling out all these night shift graveyard workers... Bulls**t at its best," the 'Bronze Bomber' said.
"No Englishman's coming over here, saving America with Tom Schwarz and Otto whoever he is, talking about 'he's the best' with an invisible belt.
"First of all, Fury came with his last fight against Tom Schwarz, he went to Vegas, came out with this clown outfit on, [talking about] how he's going to save America and make America great again.
"There were only 5,000 fans in the audience, but he swears up and down he was the 'it factor' to our fight, it's proof in the pudding that he's irrelevant in America."
Fury, who took to Instagram to respond to Wilder over his attack, confirmed on Saturday that a date and location had been agreed for his rematch with the WBC kingpin.
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