Fury’s father: If Joshua wants to fight Tyson, let him beat Wilder

Fury’s father: If Joshua wants to fight Tyson, let him beat Wilder

John Fury believes Anthony should deserve a title shot

John Fury father of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Furysaid that the ex-world champion Anthony Joshua can count on a fight with the “Gypsy King” only after defeating Deontay Wilder.

“The only way for the Fury-Joshua fight to happen is to beat Deontay Wilder. Everyone misses Wilder and no one wants to face him. I can’t stand him as a man, but every boxer on the planet is scared shitless of him except the Gypsy King, who beat him twice.”

“If AJ wants to fight Tyson, let him beat Wilder. Nobody wants Deontay. They won’t be able to handle Wilder’s power. They will all have to face Wilder to get to The Gypsy King. If they think they will screw up and then receive multi-million dollar payouts when they don’t deserve it. In the end, Joshua got his belts easily.”

“They’re going to have to line up and do something big. Tyson went to everyone’s backyard to get titles. If Joshua beats Wilder, this fight could be done in 30 seconds. If AJ is good enough, let him beat Wilder and make this fight huge. But for now he’s dead because he doesn’t deserve it. He can’t stand up to a few bums, how is he going to fight the “Gypsy King”? I know the public wants to see it, but he deserves it.”

Previously, promoter Eddie Hearn said that the Joshua-Wilder fight could be held in March or April 2024. At the same time, Hearn noted that the Briton wants to fight and is counting on another preliminary fight in the winter.

Fury fought Deontay Wilder three times. The first fight was a draw, the other two fights were won by the “Gypsy King”.

Joshua knocked out Robert Helenius in his last fight, which took place on August 12 in London. Deontay’s last opponent was also Helenius – the American won by knockout in the first round.

Source: Sportarena

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