Tyson Fury has come after Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk in an explosive rant uploaded to his social media. The Gypsy King took exception to Usyk’s recent comments that he is scared to fight him and is growing impatient with Joshua — who according to Fury has still not signed the final contract that was sent over last week.
“Usyk, you little s*** house. You little s*** bag. Talking s*** I’m afraid? I’ll put my fist through the side of your ear you little sausage,” said Fury. “And another s*** house, that big body builder Joshua, that’s a proper s*** house that is.
“That’s had the contract for I don’t know how long and ain’t signing it. You little sausage, you do not want to fight. Your manager’s a sausage I’ve never seen anything like you. Both a pack of s*** houses, however, I will be fighting in December 3 if this sausage does not sign this contract which I don’t think he is because I don’t think he’s got the b****** to, cause he’s a s*** bag.
“Both of you are a pair of little sausage s*** houses. Joshua is a s*** house, Usyk is a s*** house. You are all s*** houses.”
The comment Fury is referring to came from a recent interview done by Usyk with his YouTube channel Usyk 17 in which he said: “Despite his toughness and how he is generally described, he is afraid.”
Fury and Usyk were supposed to face each in the first undisputed heavyweight unification clash of the four-belt era in the coming months but plans were put on hold after the Ukrainian ruled himself out until 2023. Fury originally proposed a December 17 date in Saudi Arabia but Usyk said that he would not be available until February next year due to commitments in his home country and injuries sustained in his last fight against AJ.
Joshua was then offered a shot at Fury’s WBC title instead but now the Mancunian claims that this is in jeopardy as well. Joshua was sent the final contracts for a December 3 clash at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales last week but according to Fury, the paperwork has not been sent back yet.
With growing concerns over the television situation, Fury and Frank Warren are keen to get the ball rolling as quickly as possible. In a recent set of interviews, Warren told AJ’s camp that they have until the end of this week to sign the deal otherwise Fury will “move on”.