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Tyson Fury fumes at ‘cowards’ Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte and tells rivals to decide on step-aside deal

, Tyson Fury fumes at ‘cowards’ Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte and tells rivals to decide on step-aside deal

TYSON FURY has run out of patience and decided to call out Dillian Whyte and Anthony Joshua for a fight.

The Gypsy King, 33, has been ordered to fight Whyte by the WBC as the Brit is Fury’s mandatory.

Tyson Fury is eager to have his next fight sorted soon

But Whyte is stalling over agreeing to a deal due to issues over pay – he is currently engaged in a legal fight with the WBC to see his split of the Fury fight purse increased.

Meanwhile, Eddie Hearn has hinted at the possibility of Joshua stepping aside for his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk – that could pave the way for Fury to fight the world champion.

But a weary Fury has now attempted to discard the politics while reducing the time he has to wait until his next fight.

In a video message posted on social media Fury said: “Tick tick fing tick tock is the subject today.

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“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.


“Tick tick tock the time has run out of the bottle, you’re all getting a good hiding, cowards!”

His promoter Frank Warren has suggested Fury is prepared to fight any opponent.

Facing Whyte could give him the chance to fight at his dream venue Old Trafford.

While a bout with Usyk would present the chance to unify the heavyweight division.

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A fight with AJ would surely follow and Fury, if victorious, would be able to boast he has beaten the best on offer.

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