Anthony Joshua is coming off an impressive seventh round knockout victory over Alexander Povetkin, thus defending his heavyweight titles for the sixth time. Shortly after Joshua beat Povetkin, former heavyweight champion of the world Tyson Fury took to Instagram to call out Joshua and said “Think it’s now safe to say AJ and his team are a pack of s***houses and will rob the British boxing fans of Britons biggest fight,” he said in a video right after Joshua’s victory.
The Gypsy King – who also threatened to punch AJ’s “head off” – claims the world heavyweight champion is running scared and will not meet him in the ring.
Then Tyson Fury went on a blocking spree, he blocked Anthony Joshua, British promoter Eddie Hearn, Matchroom Boxing and American streaming service DAZN (pronounced as DA-Zone).
Anthony Joshua then posted a picture on his twitter account which shows the heavyweight kingpin being blocked by Fury on Twitter.
Why so serious 🤡😘 pic.twitter.com/NvN8F50uoJ
— Anthony Joshua (@anthonyfjoshua) September 23, 2018
Tyson Fury will take on Deontay Wilder on December 1 with the venue still being TBA.