Tyson Fury: "Anthony Joshua Is Finished"

Tyson Fury:

Wilder put out a video promoting Wilder vs. Fury II - and said on social media, "All contracts have been signed".

"Seeing your face on all the movie screens and posters is great", he said. If this was boxing, how many years were we waiting (for) Pacquiao and Mayweather? Without the knockdown he beat him.

Despite that, Ruiz conjured up one of the biggest shocks in heavyweight boxing, beating the Brit by TKO in the seventh round. To make things worse for Schwarz, there simply aren't any other heavyweights quite like the self-proclaimed "Gypsy King", whose 85-inch reach and ability to switch stances on the fly make him hard to properly prepare for. He was felled a second time by a violent combination in the last round, seemingly unconscious on descent, before making it to his feet in a scene too fantastical for a Rocky movie and settling for a split draw. "He won four belts with a lot of effort and a lot of dedication". In an interview with BT Sport, he made a decision to rank the four of them.

Fury said: "The British are very reserved". "Only 18 months ago, I was in a very, very dark place". "If they want me to go over there, they've gotta give me $50million". I want to box on.

"If you look at Tyson Fury, he's been put down by a lot smaller people than Schwarz". And I'm living proof that anyone can change.

"That's where we're at right now, I'm in the drivers' seat". There was no return for The Gypsy King. So to get up off the floor, as he did against Wilder, and carry on takes some doing. "I have dreamed about this all my life and always knew I would fight Josh as a professional".

"As for Warrington, I went to see him and I usually don't like to see fighters that are quite highly strung and he is near a fight". I'm one of the only people who is living what they want to do.

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"It'd be something of history because they have never fought [in the Azteca] two heavyweight world champions". So now, everything is a bonus. And it takes more than a punch to knock me down and make me stay down.

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Joshua's stock massively dropped after suffering his first professional defeat to the Mexican-American challenger in NY.

Defeat to the un-fancied Ruiz Jr, a late replacement for the disgraced Jarrell Miller, saw Joshua lose the WBA (Super), WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles.

"He's shown that against Deontay Wilder and he showed that against Wladimir Klitschko, two prime names, two premium names in the heavyweight division, he's been the superior boxer on both occasions".

"My job as a trainer is to now keep learning how I can keep adding to his game. Obviously we've kept a keen eye on him".

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