TYSON FURY has slammed ‘wet lettuces’ Anthony Joshua, Oleksandr Usyk and Dillian Whyte as talks over his next fight drag on.
The Gypsy King, 33, has been ordered to fight Whyte by the WBC as the Brit is Fury’s mandatory.
But Whyte is stalling over agreeing to a deal due to issues over pay – and is currently engaged in a legal fight with the WBC to see his split of the Fury fight purse increased.
Meanwhile, Fury camp are in talks over Joshua stepping aside for his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk – to could pave the way for an undisputed showdown with the Ukrainian.
But a weary Fury has now attempted to discard the politics – by goading them all in a string of Instagram clips.
In one video message posted Fury said: “Tick tick effing tick tock is the subject today.
“Is Dillian Whyte going to fight me? Is Anthony Joshua going to step aside? Let me know because I’m sick of looking at these bums.
“Sick of listening to their excuses.
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“Tick tick tock the time has run out of the bottle, you’re all getting a good hiding, cowards!”
After uploading the video Fury received messages from fans asking who his next opponent is going to be.
In response Fury said in another video: “I’ve been asked this fight over and over again – I do not know the answer to it.
“I’m ready to fight this weekend. I’ve been training three weeks how long does a man need to train.
“Joshua’s a coward. Usyk’s a p***y and Dillian Whyte doesn’t want to fight.
“So if you can prove me wrong get to f*****g fighting you pair of cowards. You’re all cowards.
“You’re all bum dossers, either fight or do one you pack of wet lettuces.”
In a third video he said: “I’m going to keep videoing until one of these cowards decide to fight.
“You’re all cowards, s***house bums. I don’t care who I fight – Usyk, Whyte, AJ – fight me!
“I’m the best man that’s ever lived but you’re all coward bum dossers.
“I’ll annihilate the lot of youse and destroy you, submit you, tap you b******. Come and fight!”
His promoter Frank Warren has suggested Fury is prepared to fight any opponent.
Facing Whyte could give the Manchester United fan the chance to fight at his dream venue Old Trafford.
While a bout with Usyk would present the chance to unify the heavyweight division.
A fight with AJ would surely follow and give fans the chance to finally see the two heavyweights clash in a Battle of Britain.