Tyson Fury Calls Out Anthony Joshua After He Knocks Out Kubrat Pulev
Tyson Fury has called out rival Anthony Joshua after last night's knock-out win against Kubrat Pulev, saying in an Instagram video that he 's*** himself' on live TV and he 'can't wait to knock him out'.
After beating Pulev at Wembley Arena yesterday - in turn successfully defending his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO titles - Joshua was asked whether he wanted to face WBC title holder Fury.
He said he wanted to make the unification happen in 2021, and that he wants all the belts.
However, Fury, 32, had something to say about Joshua's fighting talk, posting a video on his Instagram feed after the fight and captioning it: "@AnthonyJoshua it's a matter of time..... I'll spank you like I did @BronzeBomber 2/3 rounds. #YOUBUMSOSER #letsgetiton."
The two-time heavyweight world champion donned a threatening Christmas jumper as he spoke to the camera from his candlelit home, saying: "Well there you go everyone, Anthony Joshua just s*** himself on live television.
"He got asked if he wanted the fight, and he went around the bushes and put his a*** in the hedge.
"I want the fight, I want the fight next, I will knock him out inside three rounds.
"He's a big bum dosser, can't wait to knock him out."
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Josha, 31, knocked out Pulev to retain his titles - and will now look for his next challenge.
Moments after his win, Joshua said: "I started this game in 2013, gathered the belts.
"Whoever has the belts I want to compete with. If that is Tyson Fury, let it be Tyson Fury."
Joshua's Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearnalso said he wanted to see it happen.
"There has been a lot of talk, it is less talk and more action," Hearn said.
"We are going to be friendly, we are going to be nice. We are going to make the Fury fight straight away.
"He wants it, he is the best heavyweight in the world. It's about legacy, and let's get it done."
At this point Fury hopped onto social media to retaliate, saying he also wanted the fight, claiming he'd knock him out 'inside three rounds'.
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