Anthony Joshua calls Tyson Fury a ‘fat slut’, boxing star launches strong attack

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Anthony Joshua calls Tyson Fury a ‘fat slut’, boxing star launches strong attack – Gudstory

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Anthony Joshua has launched a surprise attack on Tyson Fury, branding his fellow Briton a ‘fat slut’.

The Gypsy King is currently preparing for his lucrative fight with Oleksandr Usyk, which is set to take place in Saudi Arabia on February 17.


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Fury and Joshua have long engaged in verbal sparring, even as hopes of the pair fighting each other have faded.

And Joshua has now fumed at the 35-year-old, branding him a ‘fat boor’.

“Bodybuilder up, Dodger down,” Joshua told TNT Sports Boxing.

“He looked like a flat fool who couldn’t fight.

“He says bodybuilders can’t fight, but one killed him.

“I always wanted to get in the ring with him.

“He talks a lot, calls me a bodybuilder and so on, but I want to marvel at the African power – he’s a bodybuilder, come in and call me that.

“I think Ngannou won. But the judges are there for a reason, they score it the way they score it and they are professionals at what they do and I’m just an observer.

“Fury won, but from a fan standpoint, I think Ngannou won.”

However, Joshua feels that he is no longer a challenger to become the undisputed world heavyweight champion.

And he says it’s something that has made him ‘sad’.

When asked if he dreamed of achieving that goal, he said, “I used to, but not anymore.”

When pressed on why that is, he said: “I think it’s because of the reality, because what will happen is Usyk and Fury are in a position to compete undisputedly.

“And once they compete undisputed, the belts will be divided again.

“And I think it’ll probably take me about five to six years to get all the belts and beat all the independent champions, and it’ll probably take me until I’m 40 or 41 to do that again, before I can do that again. Do it.

“So I’m just like, maybe this isn’t in my time frame.”

Joshua burst into tears after losing to Oleksandr Usyk in August.

He said at the time: “It’s really hard for me to say that I’m proud of myself.

“I don’t feel anything, I’m just… upset. Deep down in my heart.”

Now, Joshua has admitted that he was grieving.

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“Yes,” he said when asked directly.

“Because if I wasn’t in the Undisputed race anymore, I wanted to be champion so it was huge, like, I don’t know how to explain it but something comes over you but it’s just passion.

“Passion, a lot of emotions. Yes, a lot of emotions.

“So, I’m over it now. It’s not part of my plan anymore.”

“So what’s next, I can aim to become champion.”

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