Fury warns Joshua



Tyson Fury has warned heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua that if his demands are not met then he can forget about their £50m all-British showdown, according to Daily Mail.

Fury has not fought since that famous night in Dusseldorf when he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko to capture the world titles over two years ago.

But the self-proclaimed Gypsy King is now free to fight again, after accepting a two-year backdated ban from UK Anti-Doping last week.

A superfight with Joshua, who currently holds the IBF and WBA straps Fury was stripped of, has been on the cards for some time with both parties continually fuelling the fire on social media.

However, Fury has now plunged a potential clash between the two undefeated heavyweights into doubt.

“It would be the biggest fight in British boxing history but the question is, will that fight ever happen?”he told Boxing News.

“There are a lot of doubts about whether that will ever happen. If we can’t come to an agreement the fight is not going to happen.

“Let’s hope they sign the contract and get the fight on. But I just see them trying to dictate everything – and I will not be dictated to by anybody.

“They either meet my demands or they will get nothing. It’s as simple as that.”

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