Tyson Fury and American boxer Deontay Wilder will be facing again for the second time on February 22 in what is expected to be a tough rematch for this big warriors.
When they first met in December 2018, there was no winner between these two titans, but Tyson Fury would have won if he has avoided the 12th round knockout he suffered.
The draw in the first fight made these two boxers to agree a rematch and they have both been training hard ahead of the duel.
And now that they will be meeting again for a big rematch, British professional boxer Anthony Joshua has picked Tyson Fury as the man who will triumph in the fight.
Anthony Joshua stated clearly that he is backing his fellow countryman because of Deontay Wilder's believe that no one can survive his second punch.
He stressed that a good boxer should be able to withstand up to round seven of a fight and not only believing that he can knockout an opponent in the first round.
Joshua also told Deontay Wilder that he should forget the way he defeated Ortiz claiming that Tyson Fury is way bigger than the 40-year-old Cuban professional boxer.
"I believe that Fury will win because, Wilder has shown you can't blink for a second with him because it just takes one punch, against Ortiz.
''But it shows that a good boxer, who's young and fresh and can follow out a game plan can be victorious seven to 'x' amount of rounds,'' Anthony Joshua explained to Sky Sports.
Meanwhile, there are talks that Anthony Joshua could be facing the winner between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder with reports claiming that Joshua has been offered a big deal.
Joshua has made it clear that he is not scared of any opponent after beating Andy Ruiz in a rematch in Saudi Arabia.
He suffered his first ever career defeat against the Mexican-American boxer before he got hos belts back after defeating the 30-year-old in their rematch.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how British heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua hinted that he is opened to getting into the rings with his countryman Tyson Fury.
Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium could be the venue for their fight which has not been given a date yet. Joshua recently reclaim his WBA, WBO, and IBF belts last December after beating defending champion Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia.
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