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Fury spoke about his heavyweight rival with former Manchester United captain Gary Neville as part of his Overlap series.
Four weeks ago, Neville sat down with Joshua who claimed Team Fury let the boxing world down by bailing out on a mega undisputed clash.
The unified world heavyweight champion said: "It's not me, it's the other side that are letting it down.
"We had the deal in place, we were the ones who found the venue, we were the ones who took the offer to them and they bailed out on not only me but also the boxing world.
"I'll smoke that guy, I will."
Well, Neville showed the WBC title holder a clip of his interview with Joshua and in true Fury style - he fired back in hilarious fashion.
Fury told Neville: "AJ couldn't smoke a cigarette never mind the Gypsy King.
My full interview with @Tyson_Fury is coming very soon and here is a glimpse of what you're going to see.
No-one quite puts it like Tyson does :joy:
Head to my YouTube channel The Overlap to watch the Xtra clip, and subscribe for the full ep coming soon :thumbsup: pic.twitter.com/rvZLzLouLr
- Gary Neville (@GNev2) September 7, 2021
"He hasn't got the minerals to fight a man like me. I said to Eddie Hearn that the difference between me and him is that he's a businessman and I'm a f**king Spartan and I'll show him that when I get in the ring.
"I will absolutely annihilate that bodybuilder. It won't go past six rounds, it will be over quickly.
"He knows that and his full team know it and that's why Eddie Hearn has been steering round me for the last 10 years."
Asked if he liked Hearn, Fury ruthlessly replied: "Eddie Hearn, he is a proper southern w**ker."
Of course, a summer showdown between Joshua and Fury collapsed with both men going in different directions for their respective next bouts.
'AJ' defends his titles against mandatory challenger Oleksandr Usyk on September 25.
As for Fury, he takes on Deontay Wilder for a third time on October 9.
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