Tyson Fury hopes Anthony Joshua knocks out 'little b****' Deontay Wilder… but fears Brit rival will get 'chinned' | The Sun

TYSON FURY admits he wants to see Anthony Joshua knock Deontay Wilder out cold in their desert dust-up.

AJ is on the verge of throwing down with The Bronze Bomber in a long overdue grudge match, which is currently in the works for December.

Gypsy King Fury would love to see his fellow Brit do a number on his old rival but can't foresee any other outcome than him getting "chinned" by the devastating knockout artist.

When asked to give his prediction for the Saudi showdown, the WBC heavyweight champion said: “Do you need me to answer that?

"I think we all know what happens. I’d love for AJ to knock him out, because Wilder’s a little b****.

"He’s a moaning p***y, forgive me for my language. But I just see [Joshua] getting chinned to be honest.”


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Fury and Wilder, 34 and 37 respectively, seemingly buried the hatchet with one another in Saudi Arabia in February.

But it wasn't long before Wilder renewed claims that his old rival cheated in two of their three fights.

Fury said: “When I met him man to man, his a***hole fell out.

"He come over and cuddled me, like the little b**** that he is.

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"It was like, 'All right, it must be done. He’s given me the cuddle, forget about it.'

“Then a week later he goes, ‘Tyson’s still a piece of s***’ this that and the other.

"I thought you little slimy… Deontay Wilder is Deontay Wilder and that’s it.”

“I’ve beat him three times. I’ve absolutely done his record right in. Give him two knockout losses and a draw, which I won anyway.

"It is what it is. I don’t hate the guy, he’s just a bit of a t***er.”

Joshua and Wilder were due to throw down with one another five years ago when they held all the heavyweight marbles.

Their showdown never came to fruition, although AJ is confident this round of negotiations will bear fruit.

In an interview with The Metro, AJ said of the American: “He is good, I respect him.

"I don’t undermine him. That will make me raise my game.

“I respect what he has done and what he has done in this division.

"It is hard to become a champion and he did it so I have to respect that.

“It’s going to be a tough fight but I am confident in myself.

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"I’m a better, more well-rounded athlete, a better, more well-rounded fighter.

“In terms of it getting delivered [from my side], I honestly believe it is 95 per cent there.”

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