Anthony Joshua To Tyson Fury I’m Waiting For You Watch As They Trade Blows On Video Call With Each Other

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Former Boxing Heavyweight champions Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua exchanged verbals on FaceTime as they were brought together by Saudi Arabian sports promoter, Turki Alalshikh.

The moment happened after it was announced on Wednesday, June 26 that Joshua and Daniel Dubois will headline a bumper card at Wembley Stadium on September 21.

AJ will clash against his fellow British boxer for the IBF heavyweight world title, which was vacated this week by Oleksandr Usyk.

Despite preparing for Dubois, Joshua is still keeping one eye on a match with Fury.. Joshua bas lost three times in his career while Fury has lost just once.

Fury last fell to defeat against Usyk in their undisputed heavyweight title clash in May but a rematch is set for December 21.

Should Fury win, Joshua is tipped to be his next opponent as a the FaceTime with Alalshikh proved.

?I?m waiting for you?  ? Watch Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury trade blows on video call with each other

“Champ, finish the job on 21 of December and look who’s waiting for you,” the Saudi boxing chief said to Fury on the phone next to Joshua.

“I’m waiting for you!” said Joshua, before ‘The Gypsy King’ insisted: “I’ll get the f****** job done [against Usyk]!”

Even if Fury was to lose, Joshua insisted that he’s waiting for him, something that was echoed by Alalshikh, who said he’d arrange the fight for the first or second quarter of 2025.

“This can’t wait,” Joshua added with a grin and pointing to his right fist, with Fury replying: “I’ve got two of them as well!”

AJ then implied he should use his fists instead of his mouth, but Fury cheekily responded: “I’ll use them both on your face you big ugly dosser!”

Joshua also jokingly said his fellow heavyweight looked like a tomato and should put on sunscreen.

“I’ve got to get Usyk dealt with first, again,” said Fury, although AJ replied: “Again? You ain’t dealt with him once yet.”

Alalshikh then reminded ‘The Gypsy King’ of the task on December 21, with victory potentially setting up a historic all-British fight.

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