Tommy Fury insists his 'invincible' brother Tyson can 'easily beat' Anthony Joshua in brutal putdown
TYSON FURY would wipe the floor with Anthony Joshua if they fought, according to the WBC king's little brother Tommy.
Negotiations have been put on ice for the time being, after AJ was sensationally beaten by Oleksandr Usyk.
Meanwhile, Fury was ordered by a court to face off against Deontay Wilder for a third time, scuppering plans for the 'Battle of Britain'.
But former Love Island star Tommy reckons any potential fight they might have will be the 'easiest' of his brother's professional career.
He told The Daily Mail: 'It's definitely going to be a good fight but I've always said, from day one, it will be his easiest fight and I have no doubt about that.
"Joshua is tailor-made for Tyson, what a great build-up it's going to be and what a great fight."
Fury claimed the WBC title in 2020 with a scintillating seventh round TKO of then-champion Deontay Wilder.
But Tommy reckons Wilder is a far tougher opponent than AJ.
When asked if he thinks a fight with Joshua will be easier for The Gypsy King than his fights with Wilder, he added: "Yes, by a mile.
"Wilder would have knocked out Joshua within two or three rounds.
"I know it's heavyweight boxing and you can never say never, but there is nothing in that fight against Joshua that worries me for Tyson, especially like the Tyson I've seen now.
"He can walk through walls, he's invincible and it's going to take some man to beat him and I haven't seen him being born yet. To beat Tyson, you're going to have to kill him.
"The only way you're beating him is if you knock him out cold and he's already been hit by the biggest puncher that's ever lived.
"So how's Joshua going to do it? He isn't, so I think it's going to be a very easy night for him."
Tyson shares his brother's confidence about any potential fight, telling Sky Sports before AJ's loss to Usyk: "I don't think he is as good as people talk him up to be.
"And I don't believe he believes it himself, I think he has a confidence issue after two shaky performances and boxing is all about form.
"On his last two fights he is not in form and, on my last two, I am.
"Momentum is with me and, because of that, I believe I take him out early, very early, maybe inside one or two rounds."
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