- Tyson Fury is expecting Anthony Joshua to retire if he loses against Andy Ruiz
- Fury believes that there is nothing for Joshua to do again in boxing should he suffers a second defeat
- Anthony Joshua will face Andy Ruiz in a rematch which will come up on December 7
British professional boxer Tyson Fury has stated clearly that he expects fellow countryman Anthony Joshua to retire from boxing if he should lose again against Andy Ruiz.
Anthony Joshua will be facing Andy Luiz for the second time in a year when these two boxers meet in Saudi Arabia for a rematch.
When they met in June this year for the very first time, Anthony Joshua suffered a shocking defeat against Andy Ruiz in America.
The defeat against Andy Ruiz was Anthony Joshua's first-ever defeat in his professional career and he is now preparing to redeem himself in a rematch.
PAY ATTENTION: Install Pitch Football App for FREE to get the latest football News & Scores
If Joshua wins, then he will be a world heavyweight champion again and set up a potential big fight against either Fury or WBC champion Deontay Wilder.
But while speaking on The True Geordie Podcast, Tyson Fury claimed that Anthony Joshua should quit if he loses again.
“If he gets knocked out twice in a row, I can't see him continuing to be fair,” he said.
“Every man does what he wants to do but I think he doesn't need the money and two knockout losses is a shattering to your career,'' Tyson Fury explained.
Joshua’s defeat against Ruiz in June is regarded by many as the greatest boxing upset since Mike Tyson was knocked out by James ‘Buster’ Douglas in 1990.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former undisputed world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson shared his thoughts on reigning champion Andy Ruiz Jr losing weight ahead of his clash with Anthony Joshua.
Ruiz Jr knocked Joshua in June 2019 to become the undisputed champion in what is considered as one of boxing's greatest upsets largely because of his potbelly and fat figure.
Abu Azeez: Meet the only Nigerian rated among top 50 beach soccer players worldwide | Legit TV