‘He ain’t got the bastard to sign it:’ Tyson Fury claims ‘S***house’ Anthony Joshua did NOT sign a lucrative deal for the UK mega fight on December 3… as the gypsy King also criticizes ‘p** **’ Oleksandr Usyk for not accepting the date of December 17th
- Tyson Fury Claimed Anthony Joshua Has Yet To Return His Contract Before Their Fight
- The Gypsy King offered the British fighter a world title challenge in December
- Joshua’s team said they had accepted Fury’s terms for a showdown in Cardiff
- But Fury called him a ‘s**thouse’ and said he didn’t have the b****cks to face him
Tyson Fury has claimed that Anthony Joshua has yet to return his contract to wrap up their Battle of Britain clash in Cardiff in December – dismissing him as a ‘s**thouse bodybuilder’ and accusing him of not being the b****cks has to face him.
Fury and Joshua looked poised to finally strike a deal to host one of the most anticipated fights in boxing history after the Gypsy King offered the struggling fighter a shot at his WBC belt at Millennium Stadium later this year.
Joshua immediately said he was interested and instructed his management group 258 and Matchroom to negotiate the terms – with his promoter Eddie Hearn confirming that they had accepted their offer for a 60-40 split.
Tyson Fury has accused Anthony Joshua of not returning his contract to meet him in Cardiff on December 3.
Fury (L) offered Joshua a shot at his WBC title to stage epic Battle of Britain clash
Fury’s promoter Warren said a contract had been sent to Joshua’s team and both sides suggested there was little in the way of a full deal – but Fury has now revealed potential issues standing in the way of a mega fight with his claim that Joshua has gone quiet.
In a rant on his Instagram, Fury first targeted Usyk for saying he was “afraid of him” before turning his attention to Joshua.
“Usyk you little s**thouse,” he said. “You little bastard. Talking about s***e – I’m afraid of you? I put my fist through the side of your little sausage.
Fury also targeted Oleksandr Usyk after Ukrainian claimed Briton ‘was afraid of him’
‘And of all the s***houses, that great bodybuilder Anthony Joshua – that’s a real s***house then. I haven’t signed the contract yet, I don’t know for how long and I’m not signing it. You little sausage.
‘You don’t want to fight, your manager is a sausage. I’ve never seen anything like you. However, I will fight on December 3 if this sausage doesn’t sign the contract, and I don’t think he is. [going to].
“I don’t think he has the b****cks for it, because he’s such a house. Both of you, a bunch of sausage poo houses. Joshua is like**thouse, Usyk is as**thouse, you are all s**thouses.’
This week, Warren confirmed that Joshua’s camp had not yet returned their contract, but said he saw no reason why the fight should not be completed.
‘No. It’s not signed yet,” he said. “We’re waiting for them to come back to us. But I see no reason why it shouldn’t be signed.
Frank Warren not worried about the fight between Fury and Joshua, even though the deal for December’s fight hasn’t been signed yet
“The main crux of the negotiations is the splits that have been agreed – 60/40. There is a rematch clause that has been agreed – 50/50.
“The big problem was when the fight would take place, it’s December.
“To reassure everyone, we even said that they can get involved in all the temp contracts, sponsorships and everything so that they can see that everything is in order.
“On that side, we’ve been able to allay any concerns they’ve had. You don’t have to worry about the payment, because they are paid directly by the respective TV companies, so that’s taken care of.’
Joshua’s promoter Hearn previously said broadcasting may be the only thing standing in his way of getting into the fray, but said the main reason for the delay was his team ‘rectifying’ minor details in the contract.
Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn (left) said Joshua’s team ‘rectified’ minor details in the contract
“It’s not unusual to get a contract that you’re not over the moon with — and it wasn’t like they were playing games or anything like that. It just depends on the form of the agreement being rectified and we’re working positively to try to get it in the right shape and I think we’re almost there in terms of the shape of that agreement.” Hearn told iD Boxing.
‘[The contract] wasn’t quite what we expected, but that was a few days ago and we’ve had some positive conversations. Adjusting that a bit, which seems positive.’
‘We still have a long way to go. It is clear that the broadcasters must have their discussion. There’s not much more to say other than that both teams are doing everything they can to find a way to make it happen within the time frame.”