Tyson Fury has once again implicated himself in the saga of Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder, as the former world heavyweight champion came after Joshua for not finalizing a deal with Wilder.
In a video posted to Instagram, Fury called Joshua a “disgrace” to the sport of boxing.
“I think it’s such a sad time for heavyweight boxing,” Fury said.
“Because you’ve got the so-called super champion, golden boy, Anthony Joshua, and he is avoiding Deontay Wilder… He will not fight him at any costs. If you’re not going to fight someone for £40m, you’re not going to fight them for anything.”
“It’’s a disgrace and he’s a disgrace to boxing”
Fury would then tease that if Joshua won’t do something about it, he will.
“Can you imagine if I went to America and beat Deontay Wilder in America after beating Klitschko in Germany,” Fury told the camera.
“That would be sensational. It might happen. Who knows? Wait for the news.”
Quotes Transcribed by The Daily Star