Tyson Fury's Father Reveals Condition That Will Make His Son Face Nigeria's Anthony Joshua

Tyson Fury's Father Reveals Condition That Will Make His Son Face Nigeria's Anthony Joshua

John who is the father of world boxing champion Tyson Fury has explained that he will be putting pressure on his son to come out of retirement and face either Anthony Joshua or Usyk.

Unbeaten Tyson Fury recently announced his retirement from boxing and the Brit has stated that he wants more time with his wife and children.

Tyson Fury was super brilliant in his fight against Deontay Wilder whom he defeated two times and there was even arrangement for a trilogy.

John Fury, Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, boxing.
Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua in action. Photo by RINGO CHIU,FAYEZ
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However, Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have never met before in boxing fight and fans have expressed that they will be glad to see these two stars come head to head.

According to the report on Sun, John explained that his son Tyson might just be interested to face the winner between Anthony Joshua and Usyk.

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John Fury's reaction about son's next fight

“If Joshua gets the win, then it’s all to play for isn’t it. Even I’d want Tyson to do that, I’d pressure him to do that. And Usyk, why not? He can beat them both at a canter so why not?
“But don’t be surprised if AJ pulls it off. I’ve got a sneaky feeling again that AJ’s going to do it and he has this remarkable way of bouncing back doesn’t he.''

Ivorian Sprint Queen Marie Josée Ta Lou Celebrates Wildly After Smashing African Record

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Ivorian sprinter Marie Josée Ta Lou unleashed her emotions as she smashed the African record in the women's 100-metres race at the Diamond League in Monaco on Wednesday, August 10.

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Ta Lou run an incredible time of 10.72s to finish third behind Jamaican sprinter Shericka Jackson, who came in second with a personal best of 10.71 seconds and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, who clocked 10.62 seconds.

Despite finishing as the second runner-up in a ridiculously fast-paced race with all seven competitors running under 11 seconds, Ta Lou ended up shattering her personal best and the African record in the event.

Source: SportsBrief.com