- Tyson Fury has made an unbelievable proposal to his fellow heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua ahead of his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk
- The Gypsy King has offered to become training partners with AJ who lost all his belts to the Ukrainian heavyweight
- Fury will defend his WBC crown against Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas
AJ lost all of his four belts to the Ukrainian in their heavyweight contest at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
And the British heavyweight has activated the clause on his contract to take another shot at the title in the early parts of next year.
Joshua's loss to Usyk has now made the much-anticipated bout with the Gypsy King to be put on hold.
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On the other hand, Fury will defend his WBC crown for the first against Wilder in their trilogy contest on October 9.
The Gypsy King switched trainers before recording the win over the Bronze Bomber last year and the Brit believes Joshua should do the same.
What Fury said
Fury told BBC Live Boxing:
“Crazy times because a lot of people who don’t know about boxing would say this smaller guy [Usyk] doesn’t look a specimen like AJ [and] would get beat by him - before that [it was] Ruiz.
"They’re obviously good fighters that have beat him and the landscape has changed. But do I like to kick a man when he’s down? Nope, not really.
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“Do I think he can beat Usyk in a rematch? Definitely, if me and SugarHill trained him for it.
“We could give him the victory in that fight and then I wouldn’t be able to train him for the fight vs me.”
Joshua claims he has realized his mistakes in Usyk fight
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Anthony Joshua stated he has learnt his lessons after losing his IBF, WBO, WBA and IBO belts to Oleksandr Usyk in the past weekend, This Day, Instagram.
The 31-year-old was dominated in the fight as the Ukrainian heavyweight was crowned the new champion of the world.
The British-born Nigerian fighter lost in all three judges scorecards as it was awarded in unanimous points to Usyk.
AJ has activated the rematch clause on his contract and is set to return to the ring again in the early parts of next year.