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Anthony Joshua may have heard and read enough about Tyson Fury’s call outs and insults.

The WBA, IBF &I IBO World heavyweight is known for not saying a lot to his fellow rivals, especially on social media, but this morning ‘AJ’ wrote a couple of tweets to two of his future opponents, Tyson Fury and Joseph Parker.

In a recent interview with IFL.tv, Joshua said he isn’t that bothered by Fury since the former heavyweight champion is still not licensed and not in shape.

“I want him back so I can challenge Tyson Fury and we can get this show happening. At the moment it’s just talk. I’m not into the business of talking. All these guys are doing their negotiations over social media and I’m not into the business of that. When he is back, when he is ready, we’ll sit down and get the ball rolling. Until then, it’s not relevant to me,” Joshua summarised.

Joshua played it cool in front of the camera, but he’s now sent Fury a short and heated tweet.

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