Tyson Fury calls Anthony Joshua a ‘tankard’ after Deontay Wilder criticism

Tyson Fury has made another search of fellow British heavyweight Anthony Joshua, after the latter gave his opinion on Fury’s third fight with Deontay Wilder

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Heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury scored his fellow British boxer Anthony Joshua a ‘cup’, after saying Deontay Wilder “lacked a game plan” during his recent fight with Fury.

The Gypsy King successfully defended their heavyweight title against Wilder, as the Englishman beat the Bronze Bomber with an 11th round knockout in their third and quite possibly last fight.

More than a month after Fury’s impressive victory, Joshua has given his take on the fight and hints that his compatriot’s victory was more due to his opponent’s faults than to Fury’s merit.

In an interview, JD Sports roundtable Joshua spoke about how Wilder’s lack of a game plan allowed the Gypsy King to take advantage of it.

Joshua criticized Wilder’s tactics in his fight with Fury.


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AJ said: “He [Wilder] tried, but to get that power and ferocity you have to have it here [points to his head].

“Before I got it right here [clenches fists] at this level you must have it here [points to his head] also.”

Joshua’s quotes were then uploaded to Twitter by boxing newspaper Boxing scene, to which Fury retaliated with a fiery response.

Quote from Gypsy King tweeted the initial post and replied, “irony of that mug.”

The pair have traded verbal blows in the past, developing a fierce rivalry without ever facing each other in the ring.

Boxing fans around the world have been eagerly awaiting the pair to fight an all-British bout, which will undoubtedly become one of the biggest fights in the country of late.

Who do you think Fury will fight next? Let us know in the comments section below.

Tyson Fury called Anthony Joshua a “cup” on Twitter.



The fight got very close earlier this year, after the pair agreed to fight in Saudi Arabia, but a clause in Fury and Wilder’s contract ensured that the Gypsy King had to fight the American first, resulting in the collapse of the whole. English meeting.

Despite the fall, many were hoping Fury v Joshua was just around the corner, but after the latter lost his heavyweight titles to Oleksandr Usyk in September, AJ is fully focused on his rematch with the Ukrainian early in the season. next year.

Meanwhile, Fury is still awaiting who will be his next challenger for his WBC heavyweight title, with the decision of who will be next pending arbitration with the World Boxing Council.

A strongly related name is that of another Briton in Dillian whyte, however, Fury’s father John recently said he wanted his son to face Usyk after claiming Whyte and Joshua were “not in his class.”

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