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Never one to shy away from the limelight, former undisputed heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has taken another swipe at Anthony Joshua.

No doubt wanting to keep his name in the media spotlight as the build up to Joshua’s bout with Klitschko gathers pace. Fury took took to Twitter earlier today to declare that Joshua was nothing more than a poor man’s Frank Bruno.

Fury, who currently has little option but to fight his battles online, didn’t have wait long for a reply.

In a quick witted retort, Joshua made light of Fury’s ballooning weight by offering his rival two free tickets to attend his April 29th fight at Wembley.

In a welcome turn of events Frank Bruno entered the fray. Eager to have the last word, Bruno declared what most of us were likely thinking.

Namely, that Britain’s top the two heavyweights would better served by taking out the differences in the ring.

As tensions continue to mount, there’s no doubt that this won’t be the last we hear from Joshua and Fury.

Who do you think came out on top? Let us know in the comments below.