Tyson Fury insists he’ll fire Anthony Joshua in three rounds while slamming Derek Chisora

Tyson Fury SLAMS Derek Chisora ​​for selecting Anthony Joshua to defeat the Briton in the future, insisted he would stop AJ within three rounds and stated that Oleksandr Usyk would crush the Briton in a rematch

  • Tyson Fury insists he will fire Anthony Joshua within three rounds
  • This comes after Derek Chisora ​​chose Joshua to defeat Fury in a future match
  • Joshua will be looking to reclaim his heavyweight belts against Oleksandr Usyk
  • But Fury thinks the Ukrainian will again come out on top in the rematch











Tyson Fury slammed heavyweight Derek Chisora ​​after his former rival Anthony Joshua predicted he would come out on top if he and the gypsy king participated in an episode.

Chisora ​​- who failed twice against Fury and recently suffered a devastating rematch defeat to Joseph Parker – predicted that Joshua’s “amazing” punch would be too much for the Gypsy King.

Furious took to social media to refute the claim, insisting he would stop his British rival within three rounds, despite believing he would be beaten by Oleksandr Usyk, who said he would stop Joshua in the eagerly awaited rematch. Put this spring.

Tyson Fury insisted he would fire Anthony Joshua as he criticized Derek Chisora

This came after Chisora ​​(right) chose Anthony Joshua (left) to win a showdown against the king of the gypsies.

This came after Chisora ​​(right) chose Anthony Joshua (left) to win a showdown against the king of the gypsies.

Fury, who remained unchallenged after his stunning victory over Deontay Wilder in October, was a clear message to the British veteran.

“This is a message for Derek Chisora,” Fury said. I just saw you said you thought AJ would blow me up. Never in a million years.

“If the biggest heavyweight in history (Deontay Wilder) can’t blow me, and Wladimir Klitschko can’t blow me, no big bodybuilder can blow me, my friend.”

He continued, ‘So, Dale, he didn’t get the bottle to fight Usik again. Usyk will crush him next time, right. Don’t bother hitting him with points, he’ll kick him out.

“But listen, it only takes one man like me, there’s only been one man on these beaches and he’s called King of the Gypsies, aka Tyson Fury.”

Fury insists Joshua will be stopped by Oleksandr Usyk in her eagerly awaited rematch

Fury insists Joshua will be stopped by Oleksandr Usyk in her eagerly awaited rematch

Chisora, who insists he is not ready to retire after his third straight defeat, signed Joshua Sports Management, 258 MGT, in September last year as he aimed for redemption, believing he was robbed in his first loss to Parker.

The 38-year-old believes Joshua would fare better in his rematch and insists the Briton will avenge his defeat to Usyk to become a three-time heavyweight champion.

Chisora ​​also claimed that Joshua would emerge victorious if a future match against Fury eventually pays off.

“I’m going with AJ,” he told talkSPORT radio. AJ’s powerful punch is incredible. If he fights AJ Fury, he has to go to him right away, and blow him up. He cannot be surrounded. If he wins with him, he loses.

“If you give time to get angry at the ball you are in trouble.”

Fury claimed a assured victory over Deontay Wilder in an epic trilogy back in October

Fury claimed a assured victory over Deontay Wilder in an epic trilogy back in October

Joshua and Fury were set for a historic duo match last year, having signed a two-fight agreement, with the first set to take place in Saudi Arabia in August.

That failed when Wilder won an arbitration case to force a three-way match between the pair, before being emphatically suspended again.

With Usyk and Joshua now occupied, Fury has until January 18 to agree to fight against mandatory challenger and interim champion Dillian Whyte, before he goes on a bid.

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