Joshua advises Tyson Fury ahead Wilder rematch

first_imgRelatedPosts Tyson Fury to Anthony Joshua: Don’t risk fighting Usyk Anthony Joshua, Okolie plot world title double Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury, Wilder fight Anthony Joshua is backing Tyson Fury to win his heavyweight title rematch with Deontay Wilder on February 22. The pair will face off for Wilder’s WBC crown after playing out a dramatic draw back in December 2018. Joshua believes Fury has what it takes to take the belt, potentially setting up an all-British unification clash later in 2020, although he claims a Wilder win would better serve his interests. But he has advised his rival to either “hurt or out-box” Wilder as he claimed his punching power is underestimated amid all the talk of Wilder’s knockout power. Joshua told Sky Sports: “Wilder coming through is better because [a fight with me] is what people have been eagerly anticipating. “But I think Fury can win. For Wilder to win he has to knock Fury completely out, and he couldn’t do that the first time. “For Fury to win, he can hurt Wilder or out-box him. Fury has more to his arsenal so that’s why I’m leaning to him. “Fury can punch a bit. He’s underestimated with his punching power which makes him dangerous. If you underestimate someone it makes them dangerous because you don’t respect them until you get hit. “Fury is a really good boxer, to a certain degree, so he has the upper hand. Wilder isn’t the best of boxers but he has a right hand – if you can avoid that, you have the beating of him. “Good luck to Fury – it would be great to have two heavyweight champions here in England.”Tags: Anthony JoshuaDeontay WilderTyson Furylast_img read more

TRANSFER REPORT! Arsene Wenger ready to ‘break the bank’ for Leicester sensation

first_img1 Riyad Mahrez in action for Leicester City Arsene Wenger will splash the cash to bring Leicester City star Riyad Mahrez to Arsenal this summer, according to reports in France.The winger has been one of the players of the season so far, weighing in with 16 league goals and 11 assists.Clubs from across Europe have taken a note of the Algerian’s form and the likes of Barcelona have been linked with summer moves.But, according to Le10 Sport, it is Arsenal who are ready to break the bank for Mahrez at the end of the season.Wenger is a big fan of the 25-year-old and positive scout reports have urged him to make a move this summer.Leicester are very reluctant to sell their star man and it is reported any bids must be in excess of £30m to stand a chance of landing Mahrez.last_img read more