Anthony Joshua blast Tyson Fury to ‘get fit you fat f***’ and denied that he is been offered a fight by Joseph Parker or anyone else.
The IBF, WBA and IBO champion mentioned, that no offers have been made for his next fight, despite Parker claiming he wants to wrestle with Joshua ‘for a long time’.
‘ Anthony Joshua said, I Siped tea, continue to browse tweets & and refreshes my email… Still No Offer’, he tweeted in response to WBO world champion Parker.
Joshua aims a dig at fellow Brit Fury, who made a confession last week that he was as ‘fat as a pig, and as bushy as an animal’ however promise to be in form by March.
Joshua told the previous heavyweight champion, who has not fought since beating Wladimir Klitschko in Nov 2015, to ‘get fit your needs fat f***’.
Fury has ballooned up in weight throughout his 23-month hiatus and was noticed showing off his chunkier frame to former opponent Chisora last week.
Excitement has been going on for many months a couple of potential all-British mega fight between Fury and Joshua.
‘Two undefeated heavyweights, one unified champion, one lineal champion, each over six foot six tall, each over eighteen stone,’ Fury told Sky Sports.
‘One nice guy, one dangerous man — it’s what it’s. I believe the general public are planning to relish the thoughts of making this fight to happen. i believe next summer is good and realistic. I am not planning to wrestle in February or March, as a result of clarity, I am not in form.
‘But I will be back in form by the end of March, April next year. Back ripped, trying to look attractive as ever. a few of sun beds, a haircut and a shave, i will be back to my previous self.’
Joshua continued his foul-spoken rant by telling Box Nation pundit Kugan Cassius to ‘shut the f*** up’ in response to his tweet. Cassius had retweeted Joshua’s barb towards Fury, suggesting that it showed the Brit’s true colors.
Parker told talkSPORT earlier this week: ‘Everyone desires to fight AJ (Joshua)… I’ve longed to fight him for a period number time currently I suppose we should fight one another to unify the belts and decide who is the best in the world.’
Parker’s promoter David Higgins later tweeted an offer to Joshua over a possible fight between the both of them.
‘Opening offer: can promote fight anyplace worldwide & and; pay you sixty percent top side open book minimum’, Higgins posted on behalf of Parker, who currently have and un-defeated 24-0 record.
Joshua responded to Deontay Wilder on Wednesday after he ( WBC champion) issued a chilling warning via his Instagram account.
Wilder told Joshua he was ‘coming for him’ and to either ‘fight or shut up’ throughout the rant, that happened within the American’s boxer gym.
Joshua denied he had received any offers from Wilder or Parker, saying: ‘If Wilder’s not creating a proposal we’ll do it on my terms. give him with a proposal, and see however they feel it.
‘That solely goes to the champions: Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker. it is the same state of affairs to each of them.
‘It’s no downside if Wilder needs to fight early next year, however, no offers have been created. There has ne’er been a proposal. everybody says they need to fight, and then sits back and waiting for me to do preparations.