Tyson Fury has continued his war of words with rival boxer Anthony Joshua There were talks between Fury and Joshua about a fight which never happened Fury took on Derek Chisora instead and cruised to a dominant 10th round victory The Gypsy King called out Oleksandr Usyk, who was ringside, for his next bout
Tyson Fury has continued his war of words with Anthony Joshua following his brutal victory over Derek Chisora – claiming he allowed Del Boy to take a beating when he should have fought in his place.
The Gypsy King dispatched his opponent inside 10 rounds with a dominant display – but Fury believes Joshua was responsible for Chisora’s battering after Joshua failed to agree terms on a mega British showdown between the pair.
Fury is now no longer interested in taking on AJ with his sights set on Oleksandr Usyk and Joe Joyce instead.
Fury signed off with an ominous message to everyone watching calling out his next opponents in to-the-point style.
Speaking after the fight, Fury told iFLTV that during his conversation with Usyk in the ring he said: ‘Let’s get it on, he’s next.’
Fury then mentioned that if for some reason the pair can’t agree terms on a possible bout – Joyce will be his chosen boxer, saying he will fight ‘Joyce at Wembley next year.’
Fans would be excited about another potential all-British clash after coming to terms with the unlikelihood of a Fury vs Joshua bout.
The 34-year-old continued: ‘Now I’m champion I’m mentioning these guys’ names and I’m the only one who wants to call Joe Joyce out.’
‘If it’s not Usyk, give me the biggest, toughest son of a gun out there and I believe that’s Joe Joyce.’