Tyson Fury insists Wilder, not Joshua, is next

WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has once again stressed out that the trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder is the next one for him, not an undisputed clash with Anthony Joshua.

“The Gypsy King” reminded everybody what’s in store for him and us because of the latest comments of Eddie Hearn who claims that the two Brits will collide twice in 2021.


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Again just to put everyone straight I’m fighting @bronzebomber next whenever it is wherever it is! Everyone else can join the queue, #fakenews

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Fury – Joshua is probably the most anticipated fight in the last 20 years in boxing, but first both champions must defend their titles. Fury’s mandatory is Wilder who will try to avenge his February loss by the hands of the 33-year-old Fury.


Meanwhile, Joshua is also busy with a dangerous mandatory challenger. Bulgaria’s Kubrat Pulev is on the line for some time now and “The Cobra” could do some damage if “AJ” is thinking ahead of times.

Unfortunately, both fights haven’t been made official due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

Fury’s trainer SugarHill Steward is already in UK training Fury for his fight with Wilder.

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