Boxing News: According to Gary Neville’s The Overlap, Tyson Fury says: “No, I don’t believe I’ll ever lose a fight. There is no one who can beat me.” The complete interview contains language and issues that may be unpleasant to some individuals.
Despite the prospect of matches against strong punchers such as Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury believes he will never lose his unblemished record.
On October 9, Fury defends his WBC title against Wilder, potentially paving the way for an undisputed world title fight with Joshua.
On September 25, Joshua will defend his world titles against Oleksandr Usyk, yet Fury appears to discount the threat posed by his heavyweight opponents.
Fury said in an interview with Gary Neville’s The Overlap, which contains language that some may find objectionable, “In an interview with Gary Neville’s The Overlap, which contains language that some may find offensive,” “I’ve never lost a fight in my life. No, I don’t believe I’ll ever lose a fight. I’m not sure I’ll do it.
“I don’t believe there is anyone out there who can beat me.”
Joshua has expressed his desire for a big fight, but Fury believes Joshua’s unexpected loss to Andy Ruiz Jr proves he shouldn’t plan too far ahead for future battles.
“How can he have me now, when I have a rematch with Wilder?” Fury wondered.
“The big problem is – and I’ll tell you what they always do – Joshua has already succumbed to it.
“They talk about fights that aren’t taking place. Everyone wants to discuss the Joshua fight with me. They seem unconcerned about the fight I am having.
“They now want me to double-check what I’m doing before being chinned. Wilder has me flat on my back and is assuming my position.”
When asked about the rest of his career, Fury said: “Because there are no more challenges, I only have two or three fights remaining.
“All of them have been defeated. I’ll tackle Wilder next, and if that goes well, I’ll tackle AJ.”
After defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, the two-time world champion detailed how he battled despair.
“It was like I had won the world before, and there was nothing else I wanted to do,” Fury explained.
“Klitschko was a world champion when I was young, so I was always gazing at him, and once I’d finished it, it was game over for me.
“I didn’t want to go on, and I was also mentally ill. I was dejected, down, and anxious going into the fight. I had always had the objective of defeating Klitschko to keep me on the straight and narrow, but once that goal was taken away from me, I had nothing else to focus on to keep me motivated.
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