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We know Tyson Fury has been very vocal about Anthony Joshua’s performance against Wladimir Klitschko. In the fight, Joshua went down in the sixth round but got up and finished Klitschko in the 11th.

In his fight against the Ukrainian, Fury was in control throughout the whole fight but we didn’t see nearly as much back and forth action. ‘The Gypsy King’ eventually won via points.

Now it’s Joshua’s turn to fire back at Fury’s comments.

“[Fury] didn’t throw a punch. He didn’t come to fight. He just walked around the ring for like 12 rounds, it’s boring. It’s not [about] winning, it’s how you win,” said Joshua in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports.

He believes Fury’s fight wasn’t nearly as memorable as his own against Klitschko.

“His stock didn’t rise. Your stock has got to rise and he could have had the better win, but when people look at it, many years after, ask them whose fight they will remember,” told Joshua.

The back and forth between these two simply won’t stop. Eventually, Joshua and Fury will most likely fight against each other, but with Fury’s problems and Joshua’s busy schedule – the fight is definitely not near.