TYSON FURY has mocked Brit rival Anthony Joshua saying that he “gets no more p***y” after being KO’d by “little fat guy” Andy Ruiz Jr.
On June 1 at Madison Square Garden Ruiz stopped Joshua in the seventh round to deliver one of boxing’s biggest ever shocks.
The rematch has been agreed for December 7 in Saudi Arabia, with AJ looking to reclaim the WBA, WBO and IBF world titles he had ripped from him just over two months ago.
And now Fury, who will fight unknown Otto Wallin on September 14 in Las Vegas, has ripped into the beaten Brit.
Speaking to TMZ, the Gypsy King said: “Everyone’s like, ‘This guy who’s ripped got knocked out by this little fat guy’.
“And now, nobody likes him anymore.”
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Fury will be expected to steamroll past Wallin in a month’s time before resuming discussions for the rematch against Deontay Wilder.
The two fought to a contentious draw in December with many believing Fury was robbed of winning the WBC title.
Wilder is expected to rematch against Luis Ortiz next in November – and Fury will be hoping his US rival comes through that as defeat could be catastrophic.
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He added: “It kills the rematch because people are not interested in beaten fighters,
“That’s what we saw with AJ versus Ruiz.
“It’s the cliche of the world: Everybody loves a winner. And, when you’re no longer a winner, you don’t get no more p***y!”