The fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua still seems very tempting to everyone, despite Joshua’s defeat against Usyk. After all, why wouldn't it be? Often top boxers are written off after one or two defeats, and someone like Joshua certainly has a lot more to offer.
Yesterday you had a chance to read how Fury coach SugarHill Steward is still offering to help Joshua in preparing for a rematch with Usyk. Fury and his team want Joshua to defeat Usyk because then the fight between "Gypsy King" and "AJ" would make more sense.
Fury co-promoter Frank Warren is also one of those who continue to talk about a potential match between Joshua and Fury. However, Warren believes Joshua doesn’t have a particularly big chance in that match. '' Tyson always believed he could beat AJ, and I believe everyone who watched the fight against Wilder would agree.
In my opinion, he is better in every segment." "He has a great chin, a bigger heart, and beats as hard as AJ. I don't care what anyone says, look at the knockdowns against Wilder, '' Warren began for Talk Sport.
The question often arises as to how Anthony Joshua would fare in a match against Deontay Wilder. The "Bronze Bomber" has lost twice to Fury and is often accused of being a technically bad boxer for this level.
However, Wilder has twice knocked out a boxer like Luis Ortiz, beating several other respectable names.
He presented the American and great courage in the matches against Fury, and his devastating blow can turn the match around at any moment. Frank Warren thinks that Joshua could have problems in that match as well. '' By the way, can Joshua beat Wilder? Judging by everything seen, I don’t think he would have been able to do that.
Does Fury still want a fight against Joshua?" "If that fight is on offer and if there is a possibility that it will happen, then it will be his choice. I still think that match would attract a lot of attention. Everyone has their own opinion on that fight, but for me, there is only one possible winner (Fury), '' Warren added.
AJ is primarily waiting for a rematch against Oleksandr Usyk. At the end of the ninth month, the Ukrainian dominantly defeated Joshua and is still being pushed aside a bit unfairly. If the rematch offers the same outcome, ie the victory of Usyk, Tyson Fury and his team will have to accept it as an option that makes more sense than Joshua.