Tyson Fury Picks His Winner Of Deontay Wilder Vs. Anthony Joshua

Despite Wilder being ordered to fight Andy Ruiz Jr, there's been rumors that Wilder might take on Joshua next.

WBC heavyweight king Tyson Fury has no doubts on who will be the clear winner of a super fight between Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua if both agree to take each other head on in near future.

“I’ve always said who wins that fight – Wilder. Soon as he hits him, one-punch knockout. See you later, bye bye,” Fury told SecondsOut in a recent interview.

The Gypsy King has shared the ring with the Bronze Bomber thrice, beating him twice and drawing once in their first encounter. Fury is the only man to have beaten Wilder.

The Bomber has had a clear walk to the top ever since he turned pro, earning a reputation for being one of the hardest punchers to have ever come into the sport, and even Fury acknowledges that.

The Gypsy King believes Wilder has what it takes to down Joshua, with whom Fury has came very close to inking a fight agreement, but the agreement has gone south on every occasion.

Like Fury has been Wilder’s Kryptonite, Oleksandr Usyk has been Joshua’s roadblock. Usyk, who has been undefeated in his career so far, has been AJ twice on the trot.

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