Tyson Fury vows to “quit in his corner” vs "s***house dosser" Anthony Joshua

Tyson Fury says he will quit in his corner if Anthony Joshua survives longer than three rounds of their undisputed heavyweight showdown later this year.

Fury is set to meet Joshua in his next two bouts after agreeing personal terms with his domestic rival earlier this year.

The British duo are still waiting to finalise the site deal and date for their eagerly-awaited first clash, nevertheless, which is expected to take place in Saudi Arabia this summer.

And ahead of the fight, Fury has sent out a warning to AJ in a couple of video messages on social media this week.

The WBC heavyweight champion said in the first video: “While I’m on a rant, I may as well call out one more person. A big useless dosser, not a real fighting man, a hype job, bodybuild, crossfit, big, ugly s***house – that’s Anthony Joshua.

“AJ if you’re out there, let’s make this fight happen you big dosser.

“You big s***house bum dosser, I’m gonna smash your face in too and there’s not one thing you can do about it.

“Prove me wrong sucker, prove me wrong. I’m number one, uno.”

Fury then goes one step further in his next message to Joshua, insisting he will retire on his stool if the unified champion lasts longer than three rounds against him.

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  • “Just been thinking, another message for AJ, if you go past three rounds with me I’ll quit in the corner,” he continued.

    “‘Cos that’s how confident I am of taking you cold out within the first two or three rounds. Out. Out like a light switch.”

    Fury and Joshua will reportedly pocket a staggering £54million each from their blockbuster battle this summer.

    According to ESPN, the pair are set to rake in £108million from the site fee alone, which will be evenly split down the middle.

    It is understood their first fight will go ahead in Saudi Arabia either at the end of July or the start of August, before a potential rematch at Wembley towards the end of the year.

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