JUST IN:Boxing: Fury responds to Joshua’s challenge in a fantastic way.

Tyson Fury is still in preparation for his next fight, which is to come on the 28th of October later this year against MMA heavyweight Francis Ngannou.CONTINUE READING>>>>>

The fight will take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in a boxing ring, but the finer details are yet to be finalised. The British fighter remains the man to beat, as he still holds the WBC heavyweight title after retaining it against Derek Chisora in December 2022, but Ngannou isn’t the opponent most wanted to see the Brit fight next.

The Gypsy King won his title against Deontay Wilder in an epic battle in Nevada before retaining it by defeating the American once again. The incredible display by the British boxer had many discussing if he was the best heavyweight in the sport currently, and fans wanted to witness an all-British bout between himself and Anthony Joshua…… Continue Your Reading

Sadly, that superfight hasn’t happened and isn’t likely to happen anytime soon, but that doesn’t stop people from talking about it, especially when they happen to bump into one of the boxers. That actually happened recently to Fury, as shown in his new Netflix series ‘At Home With The Furys’.

While filming the series, Fury was sat on a bench by the seaside, probably in his beloved Morecambe, with a couple of his children, when a fan came over to let him know that he thought AJ would still beat him if they ever did fight. Fury did not seem to be pleased by the comment, but he responded in brilliant Tyson Fury fashion.

The pair have yet to square off in the ring, with both stating that if the chance arose, they would happily do so. The evidence, though, seems to show both boxers doing everything they can to avoid each other. Joshua has recently looked to make a comeback within the world of boxing following his defeats to Oleksandr Usyk, as he lost his heavyweight titles to the Ukrainian.

Joshua stated his intent to regain his titles before he hangs up his gloves, and a fight against Fury may well be necessary to do so. Joshua’s win over Robert Helenius, a substitute for Dillian Whyte, was the first step in his redemption arc.

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