Published: Sun, November 12, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

Anthony Joshua Calls Out "Fat Fuck" Tyson Fury

Anthony Joshua Calls Out

Joshua extended his ideal record to 20-0 last month with a tougher-than-expected victory over a fearless Carlos Takam in Cardiff.

Hearn appeared to hear Joshua's demands, telling Sky Sports that he will sit down with Wilder's people later this week. This first meeting today may go well, it may go terribly, but fans need to know we want the fight.

Joshua beat a stubborn Carlos Takam, while Wilder made light work of Bermane Stiverne by knocking him out in the very first round.

As reported by Gareth A. Davies of the Daily Telegraph, Joshua also said he believed a fight between the two could go ahead, though there are other challengers he now has his eye on.

Promoter Eddie Hearn says there is "absolutely no question" Anthony Joshua will face Deontay Wilder in a heavyweight unification bout in 2018. "It will happen in 2018 unquestionably".

Fighting overseas has been mooted by the 28-year-old's management but Hearn concedes any move to Las Vegas to face Wilder would result in higher-priced tickets because the venues in the American city are substantially smaller than United Kingdom options. "So we have to compromise between reality and fantasy".

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"I'm serious about becoming undisputed heavyweight champion and we're making sure these guys who are making noise will back up what they're saying". "If we can, I don't see problems making the fight".

During an unusually ill-tempered Twitter rant, AJ took aim at WBO champion Joseph Parker and WBC king Deontay Wilder, accusing both men of holding up negotiations to fight. We'd love the fight in the UK.

After knocking out Stiverne in under a round in NY at the weekend, Wilder declared "war" on Joshua, and accused Hearn of delaying negotiations regarding a potential match-up. "Maybe we do two of them". But according to another post from AJ on Twitter the New Zealander "sips tea, continues to read tweets and refreshes email" but there's "still no offer".

"A little word on the Deontay Wilder fight".

"Things went to a whole new level when in his tweet about Tyson Fury, writing: "& get fit you fat f***". "Ready & waiting for the offer".

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