Tyson Fury vowing to finish off Anthony Joshua ‘nice and quickly’ to ‘prove he is best fighter once and for all’


TYSON FURY is vowing to finish off Anthony Joshua “nice and quickly” in their blockbuster fight.

AJ’s management team today confirmed they will accept Fury’s 60/40 offer on December 3, set for Wales’ Principality Stadium.

And if terms are sensationally agreed, it could end up being the biggest bout in British boxing history, worth over £70MILLION.

And Fury, who we recently revealed is “training like a man posesed”, is not planning on hanging around when the pair step in the ring.

“Tyson wants to leave win and win in style,” a source close to the Gypsy King said

“He wants to leave no-one in doubt who is the better fighter. He wants an early KO to put the whole debate about who is the better fighter to bed once and for all.”

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Despite having everything to lose, Fury has also told pals he feels “zero pressure”.

Our source added: “Tyson isn’t nervous. Why would he be? He knows he has all the tools to dismantle Joshua and he plans to demonstrate that.”

Fury’s vow comes days after the his US promoter Bob Arum warned Joshua he faces a “massacre” if he accepts the world title challenge.

WBC champion Fury, 34, announced his retirement after beating Dillian Whyte, 34, in April, but has reversed that decision numerous times.


In comments made before the fight was announced, Arum said: “I don’t think it’s gonna happen.

“While Fury would want it to happen, I put myself in the shoes of Eddie Hearn and Joshua.

“After losing twice to Oleksandr Usyk, you want to get him back in with two fights that restore his confidence.

“If he goes back in the ring now with Fury, it’s gonna be a massacre.”

Joshua, 32, has lost to pound-for-pound star Usyk, 35, twice in the space of 11 months.

And the Ukrainian then put himself in line for the heavyweight division’s first four-belt unification bout.

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But Usyk has ruled himself out of action until next year having returned to his war-torn home with friends and family for the first time.

So Fury made the shock decision to turn his attention to Joshua, in a bid to finally settle their long-standing feud.

Tyson Fury training for his next fight


Tyson Fury training for his next fightCredit: @Tyson_Fury


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