Tyson Fury: Anthony Joshua is no good to me, gets knocked out either way


WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury continues to precise confidence in his capability to make straightforward work of unified champion Anthony Joshua, not lacking a second to let it’s identified that he thinks Joshua is a hype job.

Throughout this interview with Combat Hype, Fury admits that he’s not sure whether or not or not a struggle in opposition to Joshua will come off however says if it does he’s under no circumstances involved with what Joshua’s bringing to the desk.

“Both manner, if that Joshua struggle occurs it doesn’t go the space — he will get knocked out,” Fury mentioned. “He’s no good to me, none of those fighters are. He’s too gradual, he’s too muscle-bound, he works on an excessive amount of weight lifting and never sufficient velocity. An excessive amount of energy, no velocity. If he holds a handful of stones and throws them at me, he might have an opportunity of touchdown one thing. However these large hooks, no likelihood.”

We’re now nicely into the month of Could and nonetheless haven’t obtained an official announcement for the undisputed heavyweight title unification, regardless of most of the particulars for the potential struggle being reported, however I want to keep hopeful that this all squared away before later. However should you’re inclined to be extra pessimistic, your beliefs aren’t unfounded.


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