- Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are billed to fight next year
- Both Brit hold the world heavyweight records in boxing
- Fury claims Deontay Wilder is even more dangerous than the two-time champion
Tyson Fury is already speaking ahead of the record double-header fight against fellow Brit Anthony Joshua saying Deontay Wilder is a more dangerous opponent.
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury stand a chance to earn about £70 million each if they stage their heavyweight unification bout in 2021.
Both British boxers are in possession of all the belts in their category and they have reached an agreement to face-off in a two-legged encounter in 2021.
Reports claim that the winner of the first leg would win double of his take-home when they clash in the final round of the meeting according to the deal they agreed in principle.
But Fury is due to take on Wilder for a third time later this year ahead of a potential double-header against fellow world champion Joshua next year.
Tyson Fury believes Deontay Wilder is a more dangerous fighter than Anthony Joshua.
"Deontay Wilder is the second best heavyweight in the world; I believe he knocks out Anthony Joshua and everyone else behind me," he said.
Australia, New Zealand and China are in the running to host the clash in the hope crowds will be able to return to arenas.
And Fury expects a better version of the Wilder he stopped in the seventh round of their second fight.
"As I'm a realist, in heavyweight boxing, and messing with the most vicious puncher in history, I'm not overlooking anyone," he added.
Meanwhile, top boxing promoter Eddie Hearn has disclosed that following the backlash and criticisms Anthony Joshua received for his speech during the Black Lives Matter protest, the boxer is hurt.
Joshua was accused of being a racist for his comments during the protests at Watford following the death of black US citizen George Floyd who died in police custody.
The two-time heavyweight champion joined the fight against brutality against the black race in his hometown in Watford.
The 30-year-old Brit who recently suffered a minor injury while on lockdown needed a pair of crutches to join the protest with the slogan 'Black Lives Matter'.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Floyd Mayweather is the best fighter in boxing history according to BoxRec as Mike Tyson does not make the top ten.
The 42-year-old remained undefeated in his illustrious career winning all of his 50 professional fights. Mayweather's closest rival Manny Pacquiao is ranked second, the only boxer to win titles in eight divisions and has a record of 62 wins seven losses and two draws.
Argentine legendary boxer Carlos Monzon came third with an impressive record of 87 wins, three losses and nine draws.
He also held the middleweight title for seven years between the 60's and 70's. Heavyweight sensation Muhammad Ali is fourth with an impeccable record of t56 wins and six losses.
A man who many regard as the greatest in the sport. The late Sugar Ray Robinson completed the top five spots with 174 wins under his belt as well as 19 losses with six draws.
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