Tyson Fury vows to QUIT in his corner if fight with Anthony Joshua goes past three rounds as he predicts early knockout
TYSON FURY vowed to QUIT in the corner if his fight with Anthony Joshua goes past three rounds – such is his confidence in an early night.
The heavyweight superstars are still in negotiations for an undisputed title decider in the summer.
But as talks drag on, Fury appeared frustrated on social media as he called out rival AJ.
And he promised the fight will not make it into the fourth round, one way or another.
Fury said: "While I'm on a rant, I may as well call out one more person; a big useless dosser, not a real fighting man, hype job, bodybuild, crossfit, big, ugly s***house.
"And that's Anthony Joshua. AJ, if you're out there let's make this fight happen you big dosser, you big s***house, bum dosser.
"I'm going to smash your face in too, and there's not one thing you can do about it. Prove me wrong sucker, prove me wrong.
"I'm No1, numero uno."
Fury then added: "Just been thinking, another message for AJ; AJ, if you go past three rounds with me, I'll quit in the corner.
"Because that's how confident I am of taking you cold out in the first two, three rounds. Out, like a light switch."
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Joshua, 31, and Fury, 32, signed to fight each other in March, with promoters left to agree a date and venue.
AJ's backer Eddie Hearn revealed both champions had agreed a site deal, believed to be Saudi Arabia, with three weekend spots to choose from.
But Fury's US promoter Bob Arum threw doubt over the unification, claiming to have not spoke to Hearn for weeks.
The Matchroom Boxing boss was quick to fire back, as he insisted it was all part of Arum's plan to pile the pressure on.
Hearn told The Mirror: “Bob is trying to put pressure on, that’s how he works.
"He will think it’s a bit slow now, give an interview thinking it will speed up the Middle East.
"We don’t need to play that game, everybody’s on board, let’s just go through the process correctly.
“Time is of the essence and if we got into a situation where the site agreement wasn’t signed in less than a week, we would have to start looking at things.
"But no-one has a plan B, which is a good sign. Bob may talk about Tyson fighting Wilder, but he ain’t going to fight Wilder, it’s a nothing fight.
"I don’t have other plans, normally I have plan A, B and C, but it’s all about this fight and it will happen."
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