- Tyson Fury has taken to social media to mock Wilder, Joshua and Whyte
- The Gypsy King remains unbeaten in his boxing career so far
- Fury defeated Wilder to become new WBC champion in February
Tyson Fury became the new WBC heavyweight champion in February following his victory over former holder Deontay Wilder at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.
The Briton dropped the Bronze Bomber in the seventh round of their epic bout to hand his opponent his first defeat.
Fury, 30, has now taken to social media to throw jibes at his rivals in the same weight category owing to their defeats.
The Gypsy King remains unbeaten in his career having won 30 of his 31 fights - with the remaining one ending in a draw. He won 21 of his professional fights on knockouts.
Apart from Wilder, Anthony Joshua, Andy Ruiz, and Dillian Whyte have all tasted defeats at some point in their journey.
The Gypsy King captioned his story: “The below four all have the same in common, all lost.”
Daily Star reports that Wilder has triggered the trilogy clause in their contract which will see both fighters face off for the third time later this year.
Joshua, on the other hand, is expected to battle challenger Kubrat Pulev this summer but the date has been postponed indefinitely due to coronavirus outbreak.
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Though Top Rank president Todd DuBoef told Sky Sports: "I have not personally had any conversations about that. It is not on my radar.
"I am working with Wilder's representatives on coming up with new potential dates in late-summer or early-fall for the Fury fight. We are speaking about potential venues too.
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"That fight breaking up as a result of [Joshua vs Fury] fight? I have not been privy to any conversations about that. I have not heard that they are willing to step aside. Nobody has communicated that.
"We are contractually obligated to Wilder at this point. Pulev and Joshua are contracted.
"There is too much uncertainty across the board, with everything, to speculate on [Joshua vs Fury] happening.
“In a perfect world without this virus then I could possibly see a path [to Joshua vs Fury] but right now I don't see it.”
Legit.ng earlier reported that Tyson Fury's boxing team are now planning to convince American boxer, Deontay Wilder, to step down in his third term bid to fight the British world champion.
Recently, Tyson Fury defeated Deontay Wilder in which the American sustained serious injuries and was taken to the hospital after the fight.
It was even a member of his coaching crew who had to throw in the towel for the referee to end the match thereby declaring Tyson Fury the winner.
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