Tyson Fury Names NINE Opponents He Wants To Fight After Anthony Joshua
Tyson Fury wants to fight Dillian Whyte, Andy Ruiz Jr and Jarrell Miller, among many others, after facing Anthony Joshua.
Fury, 31, claimed he was ready to retire from boxing after taking on Deontay Wilder for a third time then Joshua for the undisputed title.
But the 'Gypsy King' isn't ready to call it quits any time soon as he eyes huge fights against the likes of Whyte, Ruiz Jr as well as young prospect Daniel Dubois not to mention veteran contender Luis Ortiz, to name but a few.
In fact, Fury listed nine heavyweights he wants to fight after a blockbuster showdown with Joshua.
"I've been thinking about it and initially I had three fights left on my contract, I've got two fights left on it now, I've got Wilder and Joshua, but I'm just going to keep going because there's nothing else to do is there really?" Fury explained.
"For me, I'm 31 years old, fit as a fiddle, in great mental spirits, I train three or four times a day for bants, and it's like, 'what else am I going to do with my life?'
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"You know, there's plenty of other fighters out there for me to beat up on. You've got Dillian Whyte, Jarrell Miller, [Kubrat] Pulev, [Andy] Ruiz, [Luis] Ortiz, [Daniel] Dubois, [Joe] Joyce, there's loads. There's Efe Ajagba, the big Nigerian Olympian, there's Tony Yoka the French Olympic gold medallist."
Fury and Wilder were supposed to meet in July until the coronavirus outbreak postponed the trilogy bout.
:clipboard: Tyson Fury maps out his career plan:- Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) May 14, 2020
:flag_us: Trilogy with Deontay Wilder
:flag_gb: Two fights vs Anthony Joshua
:earth_africa: Defend against contenders
:no_good:♂️ "I wouldn't pay [Wilder] to step aside, I'd rather give him another battering."
[:movie_camera: @MarkWright_] pic.twitter.com/9E4EIufXaE
The WBC heavyweight champion could now potentially face Joshua for all the marbles if Wilder accepts a step aside offer.
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