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The current WBA, IBF & IBO World heavyweight champion surprised some of his fans and media by lashing out at Tyson Fury recently on Twitter.

Anthony Joshua is known for being mild mannered on social media and he rarely, if ever, participates in Twitter bouts with fellow fighters. But last week the champion had read and seen enough from Fury. Joshua fought fire with fire.

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