JOHN FURY has called out boxing legends Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield and George Foreman for exhibition fights.
Fury, 57, finished his professional boxing career in 1995 with an 8-4 record.
The father of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is eager to step into the ring again, but only for the right price.
Speaking to freebets.com, the elder Fury said: “They won’t pay me, will they?
“They won’t come and ring my phone. And let’s put it this way, they need to hurry up, as I’m getting on in years.
“It’s now or never. I will fight any man in the world for the right amount of money.
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“Bums and dossers need not apply. Because I get them every day. I want significant people.
“You know I’m a significant man myself, being the father now of the heavyweight champion of the world – that must be something.
“And I’m telling you now, I’ll give them a run for their money. And the crowd will enjoy what I’ve got, because I’ll bring everything.
“If you want to do an exhibition people, don’t ring John Fury because you (will need to) batter me, because I’m going to try and batter you.
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“But I’m still waiting. Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, all of them. Riddick Bowe, George (Foreman) – I’ll fight anybody, it’ll just cost them a bit.”
John isn’t limiting himself to just older boxers, however, and would be quite happy to fight a younger prospect.
He added: “A young man, if a young man wants to pay me right enough, I’ll get in with them.
“I’d like to start with Jake Paul. I could make him look stupid, Jake Paul, you know I’m saying?
“If he doesn’t want to fight my son, I’ll fight him! And I’ll fight his father”