TYSON FURY provided excellent support for Mike Tyson to defeat the ‘match’ Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk.
Joshua was trailed by Usyk by more than 12 rounds in September, losing his unified WBA, IBF and WBO titles.
And while most people consider it boxing, the division’s youngest ever champion had an alternative view.
Tyson, who first reigned at the age of 20, tweeted at the time: “After watching the Joshua vs Usyk match, they probably had a bad day that night.
“From that performance, do you really think they could beat me in my prime?”
Fury, now only replying to comments, posted: “@MikeTyson, you will (sic) chin pair p****s.”
Tyson, 55, made a notable comeback in November 2020 and took part in an exhibition with American legend Roy Jones Jr, 52.
I swear I’ll come back again and even opened the door to a remarkable fight for the ages against Fury, 33, or Joshua, 32.
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But right now, AJ will rematch Usyk, 35, after losing in London last year.
Meanwhile Fury remains stalled in negotiations with Mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte.
Whyte, 33, received only 20% of the split, a decision he has appealed.
It saw purse bid keeps getting pushed back as WBC confirmed the latest delay.
They tweeted: “@WBCBoxing received requests from both parties @Tyson_Fury & @DillianWhyte to extend the approved free bargaining period.
“If there is no deal, a wallet offering ceremony will take place on Wednesday, January 26.”
https://www.thesun.ie/sport/boxing/8252078/tyson-fury-mike-tyson-anthony-joshua-oleksandr-usyk/ ‘Make nine pairs of p **** s’