Tyson Fury took to the stage in Manchester on Thursday night (2 December) to goad his fans into a cheeky sing-a-long that branded his domestic arch-enemy, Anthony Joshua, as a 'p***k'. Take a look at his explicit antics below:
The Gypsy King is currently embarking on a homecoming tour of the UK after retaining his heavyweight title in a trilogy bout against Deontay Wilder in October.
And as per usual, his army of supporters were right there behind him to join in with the impromptu karaoke sesh as the 33-year-old put on a typically showman-like performance up on stage, leading the crowd with a call-and-response refrain of 'AJ is a p***k'.
As seen in the footage uploaded on Twitter, he then launched into his signature song, belting out a rendition of 'American Pie' which he had previously sung following his rematch victory over Wilder in Las Vegas back in 2020 (and again on The Johnathan Ross Show a few weeks later).
Joshua and Fury were scheduled to fight each other earlier this year in a mega-money showdown in Saudi Arabia, but talks broke down when Fury was forced to face the third test against Wilder instead.
That in turn led to Joshua squaring off against Olexsander Usyk instead, with the Londoner getting thrashed by the Ukrainian challenger in what Chris Eubank claimed was "one of the biggest statements in boxing for a very long time."
Both Fury and Joshua have their schedules packed in 2022, with Fury gearing up to face mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte whilst Joshua focuses on his rematch against Usyk.
But rumour has it that Joshua could step aside from his upcoming rematch against Usyk and clear the path for Fury to challenge the Ukrainian for all four belts- if the price is right.
"Everyone wants to see him [Tyson Fury] and Usyk," Fury's promoter Frank Warren said in an interview with iFL TV.
"AJ, I saw his interview last week, which was a little bit confusing.
"If you listen to it and what he's saying, he's basically saying, 'If I get the right money, I'll step aside.' So that's really where we got to get to as a team.
"That's the Tyson Fury team, and we're all working hard to make that happen, and it may just happen."
Joshua himself has hinted that he would be open to stepping aside in order to let Fury face Usyk, but only if he is guaranteed an opportunity to face the winner later next year.
"I heard that Joshua could consider stepping aside if the money is right as he feels respect for the division and is willing to let the undisputed heavyweight championship happen."Usyk's promoter said.
"Usyk says that he can fight Fury next if the offer is right and if AJ allows to do so."