- Tyson Fury has once again sent a warning message to rivals in the heavyweight category
- The Briton specifically called out Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua in his recent rant
- Fury currently holds the WBC title after demolishing Wilder in a fight that ended in the seventh round in February
Reigning WBC champion Tyson Fury has vowed to destroy his rivals Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua when they clash as reported by Daily Star.
The Gypsy King already showed the quality he is made of after dispatching the Bronze Bomber in their second bout in February.
Fury handed the American boxer his first professional defeat in the heavyweight category after forcing him to kiss the canvass in the seventh round.
Although, the 34-year-old has triggered the trilogy clause in the contract and they are scheduled to battle again later this year to decide the ultimate winner.
Apart from Wilder, Fury also called out Anthony Joshua saying he will annihilate both of them and anyone else who cares to face him.
He said: “I’m coming for Wilder first, then I'm going to come for Joshua. “Then I'm gonna come for whoever else wants the smoke. You're all getting annihilated, every single one of you.
“Ain't no stopping us now. Anyone who does will get smashed to bits, terminated, plowed over like a stone in the road. “I’m getting better with age, like a fine wine.”
While Fury is scheduled to take on Wilder, Joshua is expected to defend his title against Kubrat Pulev before an all British unification fight could be staged. That also depends on both fighters retaining their titles.
Meanwhile, both Britons ran into each other during their summer holiday in Marbella recently and they exchanged a few words.
Joshua however does not get intimidated by Fury, saying: “If the sport is lacking so much talent, it shows that all you need is feints and a bit of movement to be called a great.
“I wonder what people see in Fury that is so intimidating that he can’t be touched?
“When you are willing to challenge the best in the division…Wladimir Klitschko was his first real challenge and he won that.
“That took him eight years to get there – from the amateurs to there. Then he had years out and fought Wilder.
“But he has not been in the deep end to prove that he can swim there for a long time, you don’t just come there once or twice, you have to do it repeatedly against championship level fighters, that is how you gain my respect.”
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United got so many people excited after qualifying for the Champions League championship next season.
The Red Devils defeated Leicester City 2-0 at the King Power Stadium on Premier League final day to finish behind Liverpool and Manchester City.
A goal each from January signing Bruno Fernandes and Jesse Lingard did the magic for the visitors after regulation period.
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