Tyson Fury 'faster than Anthony Joshua' on his return

Anthony Joshua claims decision to target Tyson Fury on Twitter was to

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"And that's what you have to do with Tyson Fury sometimes".

"Lots of different permutations right now, lots of different venue options as well - talks of one fight in the United Kingdom, one fight in America between the two - but also an understanding that this is a huge fight and one that we must get made in 2018".

Joshua, who stopped Carlos Takam in the 10th round to defend his heavyweight titles at the Principality Stadium last month, targeted the former WBA, WBO and IBO title holder as part of a stunning outburst on Twitter.

"The proof is always in the pudding, and once I've got something I'll talk about it".

"I think there's a willingness from both camps to do it next, we also talked about doing it the one after in the summer or even waiting until the summer to do the fight".

"I'm not one of these dogs that stay in the garden barking for hours, I make my noise - and that's it - until we fight I don't need to be hollering and yelling for days and for months", he added. 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!

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His boxing license was subsequently suspended by the British Boxing Board of Control - but it is hoped that Fury will finally have a chance to clear his name by the end of the year.

"I had a fight the week before him and then he fought [a brutal first-round knockout of Bermane Stiverne] and he mentioned I'm running scared".

"I'm not in the business of making promises I can't fulfil, that's why I'm working on getting this fight done".

And everything's in his favour right now, with Matchroom boss Barry Hearn predicting he'll become a billionaire before too long. I'm not a stage where my body's packing up on me. "So it is nice, I'm willing to give a lot more of myself". I could say more and be a lot more reckless, but I'm going to keep very professional when I say, I wish Tyson Fury all the best.

Anthony Joshua believes 2018 could be the year he defines his legacy as an all-time great heavyweight.

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