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Tyson Fury Can be a “Hell” for Anthony Joshua Any Day Thinks Next Rightful Contender Michael Hunter

Billionaire has his eyes set for Tyson Fury vs AJ

The American heavyweight Michael Hunter is putting his name forward to fight the Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury fight winner. And he thinks Fury will dominate over Joshua in their upcoming heavyweight fight.

Fury and Joshua have signed their long-waited blockbuster battle, though the venue and date will get finalized in the next three weeks. According to their signed contract, they will fight twice this year to unify the division.

The Gypsy King is undefeated so far, while Joshua has one defeat in his career. However, both of them are prime contenders for the heavyweight title. But the Hunter thinks Fury will get the edge on that fight. “It’s a very challenging fight for Anthony Joshua. I see Tyson Fury edging it out,” Hunter said to the sky sports.

Although Joshua is more consistent than Fury, the 32-year-old heavyweight is phenomenal. “I actually think Anthony Joshua is a little more consistent, to be honest. If Tyson Fury feels good, I think he has enough skills to almost get off the couch and give Anthony Joshua hell any day.”

Billionaire has his eyes on Tyson Fury vs AJ

Tyson Fury celebrates after knocking down Deontay Wilder during their Heavyweight bout for Wilder’s WBC and Fury’s lineal heavyweight title on February 22, 2020 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

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What to expect from Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua battle?

Both boxers have signed for two fights, which means after the first fight, the WBO belt will be vacated, but the WBA, WBC, and IBF belts will be held until the Fury vs AJ rematch. There these three belts will not be available for anyone else until 2022.

So, this will set a big gap for the top five contenders such as Deontay Wilder, Dillian Whyte, Andy Ruiz Jr, Oleksandr Usyk, and Joe Joyce. These top heavyweight contenders will have to wait at least 12 more months to secure the world title shots.

The time length may increase as Fury vs Joshua fight doesn’t get any venue yet due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation. Then again, they will fight one more time after the first one. It seems the process could get stretched to next year.

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