Tyson Fury is very serious about the ultimatum he gave to Anthony Joshua regarding the super fight. His promoter Frank Warren is here to confirm that the Gypsy King is not taking back any words and will settle for no fight against the UK superstar.
Tyson Fury‘s boxing career in the past months has been an absolute rollercoaster. From calling retirement to coming out of retirement to fight his nemesis Anthony Joshua in a super fight, and to now finally saying the super fight is off the tables.
To clarify all confusion regarding the Gypsy king’s career, Frank Warren appeared on the Piers Morgan Uncensored show and gave updates about the potential Fury vs AJ fight. “Tyson’s adamant, he gave that deadline on Friday and repeated it Saturday,” Warren said about Fury’s deadline to accept the contract.
“He said ‘enough is enough.’ They’ve had the contract for over 10 days, we’ve had conversations today with the other side but Tyson’s had enough of it – that’s it,” said Frank Warren. Warren is planning on forcing the legendary boxer and will leave the final decision in the hands of the Gypsy King.
"It's your fault it's not going on!"— Piers Morgan Uncensored (@PiersUncensored) September 26, 2022
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Tyson Fury gets fight offer from Mahmoud Charr following fall-out with AJ
Mahmoud Charr is trying to make the best out of the current Fury – Joshua fallout and hopes to get a fight booked against the Gypsy King. The former WBA champion recently challenged the British heavyweight to a fight in December.
Following an Instagram post from Fury that said, “Looking forward to fighting a man who wants to fight and has fire and desire. Fought some of the best fighters and now stepping up again. Get in there Charr.”
Mahmoud is looking to fight in December and the Gypsy King doesn’t think it is a bad idea after the recent exchange on Instagram. Who do you think the legendary British heavyweight should fight next?