Anthony Joshua beaten by Oleksandr Usyk: Tyson Fury responds online

Tyson Fury AJ Usyk response

It is fair to say that Tyson Fury wasn’t impressed by last night’s heavyweight showdown.

Fury has reacted to the heavyweight clash between Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua.

Joshua had his moments but was unable to reclaim the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight world titles.

Usyk’s speed and precision were on point in the rematch in Saudi Arabia as he clinched victory in the rematch.

The bout proved to be controversial as one judge scored the fight in favour of ‘AJ.’ Joshua’s comments after the fight proved to be a tad bizarre.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Joshua said: “Oh my, that’s just emotion. If you knew my story then you’d understand the passion. I ain’t no f***ing amateur boxer from five years old that was an elite prospect from a youth bro. I was going to jail in Reading jail. I got bail and I started training my a*** off cause if I got sentenced I wanted to be able to fight. I bust my case.”

Despite the Ukranian’s win, ‘The Gypsy King’ wasn’t impressed by the pair’s performances.

Speaking on social media, Fury said: “Both of them were s****. It was one of the worst heavyweight title fights I’ve ever seen. It was bulls***. It was f***ing s****.

“Get your chequebook out. The Gypsy King is here to stay forever.”

When asked after the fight about whether he would face Fury, Usyk said: “I’m convinced Tyson Fury is not retired.

“I want to fight Tyson Fury, if I’m not fighting Tyson Fury then I’m not fighting at all.”

‘The Gypsy King’ announced his retirement from the sport of boxing after he defeated Dillian Whyte back in April at Wembley.

However, he has since teased a potential return to the ring.

Fury and Derek Chisora were recently involved in a back-and-forth verbal spat on social media over a potential trilogy bout.

To determine who the best heavyweight on the planet is, a fight between Usyk and Fury could go down as one of the most iconic fights in the history of the heavyweight division.

Despite Fury announcing his retirement, many fans aren’t convinced and will be hoping to see the Englishman back in action against Usyk.

A potential bout between the pair is most likely going to take place in 2023. For all the marbles, it would be an entertaining fight.

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