Fury hasn’t done enough to earn my respect, says Joshua
World WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, doesn’t know what anyone sees in WBC champion Tyson Fury, reports iol.co.za. The two Brits are slated to meet in a much-anticipated unification bout should they win their next fights, and Joshua
Wilder to go ahead with third Fury fight as Whyte waits for WBC title shot
Deontay Wilder has dismissed any lingering doubts about the third fight against Tyson Fury, which means Dillian Whyte must wait until early next year for his WBC title shot
Joshua rejected massive $80million deal to fight wilder, says Tyson Fury
Tyson Fury has made the astonishing claim that Anthony Joshua rejected £64million ($80million) to fight Deontay Wilder. Fury, who praised Wilder in a wide-ranging interview, added that had Wilder faced Joshua he would have knocked out the British heavyweight. The Gypsy King overcame Wilder in his last fight, having previously taken the American to a…
‘I’m too big,’ Fury tells Mike Tyson
Tyson Fury has claimed he would have no trouble beating a prime Mike Tyson as he labelled himself the best heavyweight boxer of the last thousand years.
Joshua, Fury confirm ‘financial agreement’ for two world-title fights
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury have agreed to face each other not once, but twice, after successful talks between both camps, promoter Eddie Hearn...
Fury wants to fight Ajagba before quitting boxing
World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury has listed Nigeria’s Efe Ajagba as one of the boxers he wants to fight before retiring from the sport, reports bigfighweekend.com.
Hearn predicts Fury will retire after fights with Joshua
Eddie Hearn believes Tyson Fury will retire once he’s had two fights with Anthony Joshua, despite Fury claiming he wants to beat everyone in the division, reports metro.co.uk.
Pulev vows to ruin ‘coward’ Joshua’s dream fight with Fury
Kubrat Pulev has labelled Anthony Joshua “afraid” and a “coward” – and promised to destroy his hopes of an undisputed title fight with Tyson Fury, reports Skysports.
Tyson Fury brands Joshua a ‘big cuddly baby,’ insists Wilder is more dangerous
Tyson Fury has declared that Deontay Wilder is a more dangerous opponent than Anthony Joshua and labelled his fellow Brit a ‘big cuddly baby,’ reports talksports.com.