Published: Tue, November 14, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Anthony Joshua: Why I lashed out at Wilder, Fury and Parker

Anthony Joshua: Why I lashed out at Wilder, Fury and Parker

Fury is now still suspended, but it is believed the BBBofC are hopeful of helping him box again in 2018.

Although we haven't seen the Gypsy King in the ring since he became the unified heavyweight champion of the world after beating Wladimir Klitschko almost two years ago, Fury promises he will be back.

He has promised to come back to boxing before but his issues with UK Anti-Doping resulted in his boxing licence being revoked by the British Boxing Board of Control.

Anthony Joshua is confident he will fight Deontay Wilder next year if the American's camp are realistic with their demands.

Tyson Fury's uncle and trainer has revealed when we can expect to see the controversial heavyweight's comeback.

With Fury reportedly eyeing a return to boxing in 2018, Joshua - not known for badmouthing other fighter - claimed that there would not be a repeat of the uncharacteristic outburst until the pair meet in the ring. "He's a chump, he's a punk", Briggs told Sky Sports.

Fury posted on Instagram: 'First session back on the pads with Ben Davison in Hatton Gym, feeling good'.

Fury vowed to return to the top of the pile in a recent "open letter" he penned to the now-retired Wladimir Klitschko, in which he sounded a warning to Klitschko's last conqueror Anthony Joshua.

"To be honest with you my old mate, I don't need to get fit for somebody like you at all". "[You're] Always banging on about your loss to AJ and how great he is, at the end of they day you lost to AJ by TKO in what was a 50-50 fight right until the end".

Fury saw the video and responded to the remark, tweeting: '10 men like you AJ couldn't make me put my tail between my legs.

"P.S. I'll be haunting your nightmares forever Dr Klitschko and you will always know that you could never beat the fat Gypsy".

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