Undefeated Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has vented his anger on reigning IBF, WBA, WBO, IBO world champion, Anthony Joshua.
Joshua some few days ago publicly offered to assist Fury as a sparring partner so as to prepare him for his upcoming rematch with WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder which is scheduled to take place on February 22 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Fury quickly accepted it and made it public, however, there has been no word from Joshua or his managers after their statement.
“They offered hot air as usual. I accepted they haven’t turned up, take what you want from it, that’s it.
Joshua’s nothing like Wilder but I’d like to bring him over and give him good hiding anyway. But they’re not going to come, let’s face it,” Fury said in a submission.
“They’re not going to come over and get beat up in sparring. It was just a stupid offer at a stupid time – wasn’t thinking, I accepted straight away, me being me, and that was it. I don’t read into it too much, he ain’t coming, simple as. He ain’t got the bollocks to turn up and spar, end of,” he added.
Fury, for the first time also criticized Joshua’s win over Andy Ruiz in their Saudi Arabia rematch.
“I don’t think it was a great performance. I thought it was a hit and run, sh-thouse style, coward. Every time he stood still Andy rocked him to his boots. But it was what it was. He got the decision, fair play. On to the next one,” Fury said.