Tyson Fury “would KO Anthony Joshua or Oleksandr Usyk in a huge unification bout if he comes back to face the rematch winner, claims Joseph Parker
- Tyson Fury has already given up on his retirement plan and will come back
- He will fight against the winner of Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk for the right prize
- Sparring partner Joseph Parker thinks Gypsy King would beat both of them
- And the Kiwi fighter also called out Dillian Whyte and Joe Joyce to fight
Tyson Fury would knock out Anthony Joshua or Oleksandr Usyk if he faced either of them in a unification fight, claims Joseph Parker.
Fury waived his retirement on Tuesday, saying he wanted to take on AJ’s winner against Usyk at the right price.
And Parker, who has trained extensively with Fury and seen his skills firsthand, says the Gypsy King would easily do both.
Former world champion Joseph Parker insists Tyson Fury should not retire just yet
Fury would beat Anthony Joshua (left) or Oleksandr Usyk (right), Parker says
He told Sky Sports: “They are both great fighters, Joshua and Usyk, I just see Tyson is too much for them.
“Everyone will say I’m biased because I train with Tyson and we’re very close. When I step back as a friend and think of boxing, he’s too much, can push, can fight on the backfoot, very good mover.
“If he got a chance to fight one of these guys, I think he would KO them.
“It’s going to take a lot of money to get him boxing, in the ring and fighting again. I don’t think he should retire.
Fury has already rescinded his retirement and said he will come back for a prize
“I think he should fight out the winner [Anthony] Joshua and [Oleksandr] Usyk and whoever wins this is the best in the world at this point and that’s why he should come back and fight the winner.’
AJ is desperate to get revenge on Usyk but Fury believes the former Olympic champion is unlikely to do so. He told Queensbury Productions: “If Anthony Joshua doesn’t get his ass to Morecambe and let me train him for this fight, Robert Garcia and 10 men like him aren’t going to get him to beat Usyk.
“Because, first, they don’t know him; Second, they don’t know what he has in his engine; and third, he’s not a little Mexican who can go toe-to-toe with someone for 15 rounds.’
Parker (right) said he would become a two-time world champion on Sky Sports
As for Parker, he has signed an endorsement deal with BOXXER and sees great opportunities himself.
He continued: “Dillian Whyte is another great fight, he loses to Tyson Fury but we had a very great fight in 2018, a very enjoyable fight and a very close fight. If we bring it back, I will defeat him.”
Joe Joyce is another option for Parker, who teased, “September, October, we have something coming up very soon.”