Fear grips Anthony Joshua as Tyson Fury sends scary message to him amid unification fight
- Tyson Fury has called Anthony Joshua out again on social media
- The Gypsy King is trying hard to get his countryman to commit himself to the proposed unification fight
- Fury won the WBC title from Wilder about a year ago and has been looking forward to facing Joshua next
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Reigning WBC champion Tyson Fury has continued to reign insults on his countryman Anthony Joshua ahead of their proposed unification bout this year.
The 32-year-old took to social media to call out the two-time heavyweight champions, saying the Watford-born boxer should come out to battle him and learn who the real boss is.
Both boxers have been scheduled unofficially to face-off this year after Fury's trilogy agreement Deontay Wilder appears to have been thrown into the trash can.
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The Gypsy King posted a picture of himself while making his entry into the arena for his second bout with the Bronze Bomber about a year ago with the caption which states:
"Let me show you what a boss is chicken, Anthony Joshua."
Earlier in the week, Fury called Joshua out on his official Faceboo page, saying:
"Anthony Joshua, don’t be chicken like you did vs Deontay Wilder, come out and meet me for battle. let me show you what a Boss is. Chicken any day of the week twice on a Sunday."
Meanwhile, Fury remains unbeaten in the heavyweight category having won 30 of his 31 professional fights with the remaining one ending in a draw. He won 21 of the bouts through knockouts.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Anthony Joshua has reportedly become the first English boxer ever in history to hit a massive £100million which is an incredible record.
The 31-year-old is one of the top boxers in the world considering his achievements since he started his career and his next fight could be against Tyson Fury in what is expected to be a tough battle.
Joshua's last fight in the boxing ring was a superb win over Kubrat, while Tyson Fury on the other hand defeated Deontay Wilder mercilessly.
Oluwatomiwa is a sports editor with Legit.ng. He has over eight years of field and office experience in the media industry. He graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism in 2014 with HND in Mass Communication. Connect with him on Twitter @TomiwaBabalola.
Source: Sports Brief News