- Tyson Fury has said that he will not continue his fight with Anthony Joshua if he fails to knock him out in round three
- All four belts will be on the line when the two British heavyweights clash in a yet to be named venue
- The Gypsy King remain undefeated while Joshua's only loss was against Andy Ruiz, Jr
The two British heavyweight are set to clash twice later in the year after signing a two-fight agreement reportedly worth about £200million.
The Gypsy King has been posting intimidating messages on social media to play mind games with his compatriot Joshua.
And in one of the messages sent on Twitter, Fury said he would throw in the gloves if he fails to knocked down his opponent on the big night.
“Just been thinking, another message for AJ, if you go past three rounds with me I’ll quit in the corner.
“‘Cos that’s how confident I am of taking you cold out within the first two or three rounds. Out. Out like a light switch.”
It is understood that both fighters will pocket £54m each from their blockbuster battle this summer.
Reports claim the fight will be scheduled by the end of July or the beginning of August in Saudi Arabia.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tyson Fury has stated that he would hit Anthony Joshua in the face repeatedly to knock him out when they finally meet for their heavyweight unification clash this year, The Sun.
The most anticipated heavyweight boxing clash is expected to hold in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia in August in a yet to be named date.
All four belts in the division will be put on the line when the Gypsy King and AJ come neck-to-neck in the squared circle.
Legit.ng also reported that Andy Ruiz has reversed his decision about the outcome of the heavyweight clash between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury, Daily Star.
The two Brits are set to square off in a unification heavyweight fight slated for June this year in a yet-to-be-named venue.
All four belts including the WBA, IBF, WBO titles held by Joshua and the WBC strap round the wait of Fury will be put on the line.