Tyson Fury claims he could take on Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua in a tag-team fight.
The heavyweight division has stagnated in recent times with an undisputed fight between Fury and Usyk falling through after talks broke down.
In his recent Netflix docu-series, At Home With The Furys, the ‘Gypsy King’ is seen discussing the possibility of a fight against either Joshua or Usyk in the future.
And safe to say wasn’t exactly complimentary of the pair. He said,
“Beating Usyk doesn’t do anything for me, who the flipping heck is he? Me giving Usyk a fight is like me not chucking him the bone, but chucking him the full dog’s home. Everybody expects me to beat Usyk, a middleweight guy who is smaller than me.
“If he beat me it’s like ‘Oh my god, he beat the mammoth who no one couldn’t be beat!’ I’m not going to give somebody the opportunity to gain that. Hell no.
“It would probably be a better fight if Usyk and AJ fought me both together, like a tag-team. Just keep switching between rounds. I’d actually batter them both on the same night, that’s how easy they are.”
Fury returns to action on October 28th when he takes on former UFC heavyweight champion, Francis Ngannou in a huge event in Saudi Arabia.