Saturday, 25 November 2017

Anthony Joshua name the boxer he fear most

- WBA World Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has named the one heavyweight category boxer he fears the most
                            - The British boxer named Tyson Fury as the boxer he feels can cause him more trouble in the ring- Fury is currently battling to get back in shape so he can make a come back to professional boxing WBA World Heavyweight champion AnthonyJoshua Anthony Joshua has revealed that he sees fellow British boxer Tyson Fury as his most dangerous heavyweight opponent.Joshua, 28, is in negotiations to fight either Deontay Wilder or Joseph Parker, but believes a fight against Fury would present him with his biggest challenge
Anthony Joshua names Tyson Fury as the boxer he fears the most
He said: "He's just awkward, tall and I think he's just a bit of a nut-job to be honest with you."I think he's just got a bit of a screw loose. Any man with a screw loose, they just have something that you can't put your finger on

"It would be a real breakdown job, a real gruesome type fight, kind of like the Klitschko fight - I'll go to hellfire and back to get the win."Fury who has been active on Social Media making claims he plans a comeback to reclaim his world titles, but that could still be a long way off with plenty of work still to be done for Fury to get back into fighting shape
Anthony Joshua names Tyson Fury as the boxer he fears the most
He posted a photo on Social Media alongside British legend Ricky Hatton after a workout session, with the caption: "Looking well here Rick, both in great shape. Loving the work

His shape will need to improve even more if he's to take on the likes of Joshua in the future, but his return could soon be a step closer after UKAD confirmed his anti-doping hearing will finally take place next month.Fury was called out by Joshua earlier this month, with the WBA and IBF champion calling him a "fat f***" on Twitter and urging him to get in shape so the pair can face off in what would be the biggest fight in British boxing history

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