I Would Not Make the Same Mistake Joshua Made Against Usyk - Tyson Fury
Tyson Fury, popularly known as the Gypsy King, has vowed not to repeat the same mistake Anthony Joshua made against Usyk Oleksandr when he faces Deontay Wilder on Saturday, October 9th, 2021.
Mirror Fighting confirmed the news on its website on Tuesday, October 5th, 2021. Fury said Joshua's loss was a disappointment, but he also gave credit to Usyk for the performance he put up against the Brit.
It was a disappointment to see Joshua lost his fight, but you have to give credit to the other guy. It was a superb gameplay. It is only the third time someone has jumped up from cruiserweight to win a world title, so he deserves credit where it is due. This is what happens when you look ahead to bigger fights. Joshua was probably looking at Usuk and thinking of Tyson Fury. But I won't make the same mistake and look at Anthony Joshua. Even if he had won, I wouldn't have because I know every opponent is dangerous, especially at this level. It seems to me I could pick a bum out and he would fight the best he has ever fought to change his life. With Wilder, he has got a lot to prove and a lot he has to accept things in his life, but he will be dangerous while it lasts.
Fury was expected to fight Anthony Joshua, but it was called off after Wilder enforced a trilogy fight through an American Court with the Gypsy King.