Tyson Fury does not seem particularly interested in a potential clash between Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder.
The pair are in talks to fight in Saudi Arabia early next year, although negotiations have been going on for a while and the fight remains unconfirmed.
Should it happen, fellow heavyweight Fury has made his thoughts abundantly clear, as when asked about the fight he had a blunt response.
“Both p***ies, both losers,” Fury said.
And according to former WBC cruiserweight world champion Tony Bellew, the Joshua vs Wilder fight may not be happening at all and instead, AJ could be fighting Fury next.
The Liverpudlian told Bitcoin Casinos: “I am hearing rumours that [talks between AJ & Wilder’s camps] have stopped at the minute.
“And [AJ’s camp] are looking more towards Fury vs AJ again instead of AJ and Wilder.
“The talk is of another fight going to Africa, which would be absolutely incredible.
“Rumble in the Jungle all over again in Zaire or something along those lines.”
With that being said, Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn has since come out and said that they are still working on the fight with Wilder.