Tyson Fury vows to haunt Wladimir Klitschko’s dreams, deal with his ‘little brother’ Anthony Joshua
Tyson Fury has sent out an open letter to old foe Wladimir Klitschko following what the ex-unified champion sees as favoritism towards Anthony Joshua.
Klitschko recently found time to praise Joshua for his achievements despite Fury being the first fighter in a decade to defeat the formidable Ukrainian.
Making his feelings known on Saturday, Fury said the following:
“Wladimir, I don’t get why you’re so bitter about your loss to the Gypsy King. [You’re] Always banging on about your loss to AJ (Anthony Joshua) and how great he is, at the end of the day you lost to AJ by TKO in what was a 50-50 fight right until the end.
“In our fight, you couldn’t land any punches and I made you miss and really played games in there. But yet you say AJ is better, I know you won’t admit the truth to the world but in your mind, you know the truth and so does Vitali!
— TYSON2FASTFURY (@Tyson_Fury) November 11, 2017
“I wouldn’t expect anything more from you guys, but deep down you know what happened in there and by the way I’m going to deal with your little brother AJ in the same fashion as I dealt with you, play with the bit*h. Kind regards the champ.
“P.S. I’ll be haunting your nightmares forever Dr. Klitschko and you will always know that you could never beat the fat Gypsy,” he added.
Fury still hopes to land a fight with Joshua at some point in 2018 and has already shed a considerable amount of weight in his quest to regain the world crown.
A BBBofC / UKAD hearing is rumored to be taking place in December, after which Fury should find out his punishment or be exonerated to continue his career.