Tyson Fury calls out Anthony Joshua but insists his team do not want to fight him as talk over Deontay Wilder rematch start

The Gypsy King is plotting his next fight and admits talks will begin over a rematch with Deontay Wilder.

Fury, 30, was cruelly denied one of the greatest comebacks in boxing history when the judges ruled the fight a split decision.

Mexican judge Alejandro Rochin has been labelled "a disgrace" and is facing growing pressure to quit from his role after he gave the fight 115-111 to Wilder.

And while Fury has admitted he is open to a rematch in a bid to take Wilder's WBC crown, ending Joshua's undefeated career would be his jewel in the crown.

Speaking to Good Morning Britain, he said: "(A rematch) would be fantastic but I get the feeling he's going to get his running shoes out.


"I can beat them all but they need to fight me.

"That's me and Joshua, everybody wants it and the only people who don't seem to be his team."

Joshua wasn't in attendance to see the outcome of Fury's scrap in Los Angeles which he put down to business commitments.

And Fury was quick to mock the Watford-born fighter when he roared into the mic: "Where are you Joshua – you chicken?

“We are the two best heavyweights in the world right now. I am No1 and he (Wilder) is No2. We had the balls to put it all on the line.”

Joshua would further spark a furore on Twitter after liking a comment saying he won't fight either Wilder or Fury.

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