🚨 Carl Froch makes new Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua prediction

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Carl Froch has given his assessment on a potential clash between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua.

The two former heavyweight champions could collide next year.

The long time rivals have been close to fighting several times now but the fight has always failed to materialise.

But, now with the influence of His Excellency Turki Alalshikh and the Saudi Arabia money the Brits could potentially fight in 2025.

Looking ahead to the meeting, former super middleweight world champion, Carl Froch shared his thoughts.

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Speaking on his YouTube channel, Froch on Fighting channel, he said: “I’ve always thought Fury beats Joshua, I think he’s too fast, too light on his feet, good movement, more of a natural talent, he’s boxed from a younger age, he has that flair and ability. His distance, his timing – there are so many things he does right that you can’t teach, head movement, feints. When he’s in close he ties you up, but he wouldn’t be able to bully Joshua. Joshua is a two time champion, olympic champion, both lost to Usyk, but out of 24 rounds AJ didn’t win many.

“Fury also lost to Usyk but he gave him a better go. He nearly got stopped in round nine but so did Joshua. Looking at them now, AJ is coming off three or four wins. The fact he has momentum, he has his confidence back, he’s an athlete, he looks like a machine. He takes the sport very seriously. “

Ultimately Froch thinks that the timing of the fight between the pair is key and backed Anthony Joshua to knock out ‘The Gypsy King’.

He concluded: “Boxing is all about timing. Fury was on the p*** last week. But the good ones, we don’t drink between the fights. Timing-wise, Anthony Joshua will probably knock out Tyson Fury just cause of where they are in their careers. But what a great fight.”

Who would you back to get the win? Let us know in the comments.

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