Tyson Fury Takes Aim At Anthony Joshua and British Boxing Board

Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury takes fresh verbal shots at both current champion Anthony Joshua and the BBBOC.

The boxing world is in full flow this summer with the news of many big fights having been made within the sport and Tyson Fury is keen on adding his voice to the busy boxing news seasons at present.

It’s well documented that he wants a fight with Anthony Joshua – as does Joshua with him.

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The main issue surrounding the fight taking place at least in the short term is that Joshua most likely will be facing Wladimir Klitschko in a rematch next up.

Fury also needs to get his license back to box professionally.

There are a number of factors around the British Boxing Board of Control’s decision on Fury’s license. Including an ongoing issue Fury has had with UKAD for quite some time now.

Fury will need to address that first as well as proving himself fit to box again before the British Boxing Board will likely consider any future application.

One would imagine Tyson would also need at least one warm up fight before challenging Joshua, with Fury having been out of the ring since November 2015 at this point.

A more realistic time frame for the fight seems to be 2018 at some stage.

However Fury in his latest Instagram video blast to Joshua has mentioned dates this year, as well as labelling him and the people he needs to get his license back “bums”:


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