Tyson Fury resumes Anthony Joshua war of words and vows ‘I’ll annihilate that bodybuilder’

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Tyson Fury has continued his ongoing feud with fellow British boxer Anthony Joshua, claiming that he will knock him out in six rounds. The pair have dominated British boxing for the past decade, with a fight constantly being rumoured to be occurring between the duo.

For years that never happened as Fury’s controversial bout with Deontay Wilder in 2018 ended in a stalemate, meaning he had to fight the American once more.

And that he did, as he knocked Wilder out in seven rounds to claim the WBC world heavyweight title.

With a third match scheduled between Wilder and Fury next month, it is a brilliant chance to showcase just how good the self-proclaimed Gypsy King is ahead of his 2022 bout with Joshua.

And speaking to Gary Neville on his new Overlap series, Fury continued to spark the fire between him and Watford-born Joshua – claiming he will ‘annihilate’ ‘AJ’.

“AJ couldn’t smoke a cigarette, never mind the Gypsy King,” Fury said.

“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 business man and I’m a f*****g spartan, and I’ll show him that when I get in that ring.

Joshua is the only one of the pair to have lost a professional fight, having succumbed to Andy Ruiz Jr in seven rounds in June 2019.

Joshua couldn’t handle Ruiz’s pure power and determination, with the American posing a similar fighting style to Fury.

And the Manchester-born giant believes that will be a key reason to his impending victory.

“I will absolutely annihilate that body builder!,” Fury continued.

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“He won’t go past six rounds, it’ll be over quickly, he knows it and his team know it.

“That’s why Eddie Hearn has been staying around me for the last ten years.”

Joshua will give a key indicator as to what level he is currently at when he takes on Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk at the end of the month.

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