Tyson Fury makes SHOCK claim about Wladimir Klitschko: 'THIS is why Anthony Joshua beat you'

By Daily Sports on June 4, 2018

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Tyson Fury has called out retired heavyweight boxer Wladamir Klitschko, making some big claims about his previous fights.

The Gypsy King famously went 12 rounds with the Ukrainian, clinching victory on German soil in November 2015.

But in a recent interview with BT Sport, the Klitschko brothers were critical of Manchester-born man, flattering his fellow Brit fighter Anthony Joshua instead.

Joshua, who is currently the unified heavyweight champion, sent Wladimir into retirement after an 11th round stoppage in April 2017.

And Fury has revealed how he and Joshua managed to stop the 42-year-old.

He said: “Big Wlad goes to bed dreaming of being the Gypsy King.

“He even tried copying my boxing style against AJ, but it didn’t work, because you gotta be a gangster and have the confidence to pull it off.

“It’s a sad story, you got your a*** kicked and played with.

“It was the easiest fight of my life.

“He had no power and no strength, he couldn’t land any punches and it will haunt him forever that someone like me beat someone like him.

“Where does that leave him? It leaves him a beaten man who had to cry himself to sleep just to get used to the fact he lost to me.”

He posted the clip to his Instagram yesterday, where it has already racked up more than 100,000 hits.

Tyson will return to the ring next Saturday to face Sefer Seferi in what will be his first fight in over two years.

And he already has his eyes set on the next fight.

Yesterday he took to social media with his trainer Ben Davison, where he called out UFC star Darren Till and fellow boxer Tony Bellew. (Daily Star UK)

Photo shows Fury 

Source Daily Sports

Posted June 4, 2018

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