Tyson Fury's father challenges Anthony Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn to a bet

Tyson Fury's father challenges Anthony Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn to a bet

- Tyson Fury dad is confident his son would defeat Anthony Joshua when they meet in 2021

- John is ready to bet for the fight and claims he would involve Eddie Hearn's father Barry

- Fury will take on Deontay Wilder for a trilogy while Joshua will square with Kubrat Pulev

Tyson Fury's father, John believes his son would defeat Anthony Joshua and is willing to stake a bet which would include Eddie Hearn and his father Barry.

Joshua is likely to take on Tyson Fury in a potential heavyweight unification match in 2021 with all four belts on the line.

The Gypsy King recorded a seventh-round stoppage of Deontay Wilder while AJ defeated Andy Ruiz Jr, in a unanimous decision.

Fury will take on Wilder to complete a trilogy fight later in 2020, while Joshua will square off with IBF mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev.

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But Fury's father has insisted that his son would defeat Joshua when both British heavyweight clash.

"Let's get the Joshua on and I'll tell you what I'll do.

"I will bet Eddie Hearn everything and I'll put him and his dad in the dole queue. I'll put 'em in the dole queue!

"All them fighters know they can't beat Tyson!," John Fury told BT Sport's What Went Down.

Fury's promoter Bob Arum is still undecided if the big match between Fury and Joshua would take place due to delays caused by the global pandemic.

"If Joshua beats Pulev, which I don't want because Pulev is my fighter, but if that happens then obviously we would go ahead and do a Fury vs Joshua fight sometime next year.

"I don't think the negotiations would be fraught with difficulty. I think we could negotiate a deal if we met in person within the course of one day. We could work it out.

"We are not known for playing games at Top Rank. We understand how to handle Eddie (Hearn). I worked for many years with his father Barry, who I consider a good friend," he told Sky Sports.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Anthony Joshua has come out to slam his critics a few days after joining the Black Lives Matter protest held in Watford.

The WBO, WBA and IBF heavyweight champion was part of the gathering staged his hometown and his knee injury did not stop him from joining the crowd.

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