Tyson Fury: Nobody cares about Anthony Joshua anymore

WBC and Lineal heavyweight champion of the world Tyson Fury believes his fellow countryman Anthony Joshua is irrelevant nowadays – to the boxing fans and to the heavyweight landscape.

Half a year ago a fight between “The Gypsy King” and “AJ’ was the biggest fight that could happen, but ever since Oleksandr Usyk dismantled Joshua in the heart of Great Britain, things done changed.

Meanwhile, Fury demolished Deontay Wilder for a third time. Many people believed the only valuable option for the two champions is a undisputed fight, but first Usyk has to beat Joshua again and Fury has to deal with his mandatory Dillian Whyte.

I’m not sure what to think about Anthony Joshua anymore. Quite frankly, nobody cares about him anymore, But I’ll knock him out just for bants,”  said  Fury to DubaiEyeSport on a future clash against Joshua.

Tyson also said he’s not impressed with Usyk, either.

“Hell no. What’s Usyk going to do? Tap dance around the ring and run away? He didn’t do any damage at all to Anthony Joshua and definitely ain’t doing damage to me. I’ll obliterate him,” said Fury when asked if Usyk would be a challenging fight for him as Deontay Wilder was.

“He’s a cruiserweight; he’s a pumped-up middleweight,” Fury continued about Usyk. “He was a middleweight in the amateurs, 75 kilos. I was a super heavyweight at 11-year-old,” said  Fury.

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