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“We speak, man. But not like talking ‘what’s happening mate,’ it’s ‘I’m going to knock you out, trust me’. Me and him will get down and dirty real soon, it’s just fighting talk. I managed to contact him, he managed to contact me and everything you probably see on social is the same thing that happens behind the scenes,” said Joshua.

Joshua stated that boxing does need Fury back.

“But besides all that, if there’s anything I can do to help support and help him get back in ring, I would do because we need people like him it brings out the best in the sport, it brings eyes to the sport and it benefits everyone.

How to beat Tyson Fury? Here’s Joshua’s response and the heavyweight champion also gives an interesting take on Tyson Fury’s troubles with the Boxing Board of Control.

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