Anthony Joshua, you’re a fake, says Tyson Fury.
Tyson Fury, the WBC heavyweight champion, has retaliated against Anthony Joshua, a Nigerian-born fellow British boxer, portraying him as an ex-drug dealer from a nasty council estate.
In a recent interview with Manchester United icon Gary Neville, Joshua, often known as AJ, who is the current WBA, IBF, and WBO heavyweight world champion, remarked, “That man is going to get smoked. I’m going to do it. It’s inconvenient “Fury is the topic of discussion.
When Fury came on Neville’s show, The Overlap, and was given a tape of AJ’s earlier interview, he didn’t hold back.
“AJ couldn’t even smoke a cigarette, let alone the ‘Gypsy King,'” Fury added. He lacks the minerals necessary to combat a man like me.
“I’m going to obliterate that bodybuilder.”
When Nevile questioned if Joshua had’respect’ for Fury, Joshua was reluctant, claiming that he does not regard his opponents in this light.
“I admire every fighter that gets in the ring,” Fury replied when posed the same question.
“I appreciate him not only because of the boxing aspect of things, but also because he came from a really rough council estate, was a drug dealer and all that stuff in his early life, and he’s turned his life around.”
“He transformed his entire star to become a champion, make millions of dollars, become a game ambassador, and improve the lives of his entire family.
“I’ve completed everything he hasn’t yet completed but would like to.
“He’s been screened, media-trained, and surrounded by a 20-man entourage, so he’ll have to show up mob-handed someplace.
“And he’s still only the country’s sixth most popular athlete, trailing Andy Murray.
“Me, a big old obese guy from Morecambe, bald, hairy, and ugly, gets all the affection.
“I come here on my own, with no security personnel surrounding me, and I don’t need to be separated from the fans who have helped me become the celebrity that I am.
“There’s no reason for me to change. He’s had to modify his image, so I’d almost call it a character, or a phony.
“He acts all modest and kind, but I feel it’s all an illusion, a smoke and mirrors job brilliantly done by his staff.
“When he’s given freedom to do his own thing, he occasionally breaks out of his shell and reveals his true self, and he gets in trouble with big brother.”