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WATCH: Tyson Fury Speaking About Fighting Anthony Joshua Is Peak Fury

Nasir Jabbar

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WATCH: Tyson Fury Speaking About Fighting Anthony Joshua Is Peak Fury

The heavyweight division is bubbling nicely with the Anthony Joshua vs. Wladimir Klitschko moments away, not to mention Tyson Fury confirming his return to the ring.

Despite Joshua tasked with the hardest opponent to date in the former unified heavyweight king, talks surrounding a potential fight with the IBF champion and Fury remain incessant.

The self-proclaimed '2FastFury' entered into depression thus handing over his world titles while amidst a anti-doping doping violation. But a few months removed from the situation, Fury is BACK!

And while the ex-world champion gets back into fighting shape, let's take a trip down memory lane by reliving this classic interview where Fury talked up a fight with Joshua in typical Fury-fashion.

Tyson, good to have you back.

Joshua and Fury have been trading shots on social media which included the latter to continue his barrage on Twitter while the Watford fighter prepares for his Wembley fight.

Not forgetting WBC holder Deontay Wilder. The American is putting foes to sleep with his unorthodox and ungainly approach yet has displayed his brutal punching power.

But, let's be honest, it's about time 'The Bronze Bomber' steps up in competition. Could he face Fury or Joshua later this year?

(Wilder raises his glove ahead of his world title fight with Gerald Washington)

Wilder and Fury have also previously exchanged verbal blows, what a fight that would be down the line. Think of the pre-fight trash talk!

Meanwhile, Joshua and Klitschko meet tonight at the home of football, Wembley Stadium where 90,000 spectators will take their seat to witness one of the biggest fights of the year and the biggest on these shores.

If Joshua is victorious, do all roads lead to a huge domestic showdown against Fury or a fight across the pond against Wilder?

Topics: Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Boxing, Wembley Stadium, Wladimir Klitschko

Nasir Jabbar
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