Tyson Fury offers £1MILLION bet Deontay Wilder knocks out Anthony Joshua and says Brit doesn’t have ‘minerals’ for fight | The Sun

TYSON FURY is willing to bet £1MILLION on Deontay Wilder knocking Anthony Joshua "out cold."

Wilder's manager Shelly Finkel and AJ's promoter Eddie Hearn have both said they are willing to negotiate a super-fight for 2023.

But Fury doubts British rival Joshua will ever step foot in the ring with the Bronze Bomber.

He told Behind The Gloves: "I'd like to see that fight but I don't think AJ has got the minerals to take that fight.

"That's it, I just don't think he will fight anyone that will knock him out. I just don't, that is my personal opinion.

"Wilder will definitely knock out Joshua. I'd even have a bet on it.


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"I'd have one million quid on it with anybody. £1million, even money, Wilder knocks Joshua out cold."

Joshua, 33, has taken a break from boxing following consecutive losses to Oleksandr Usyk, 35.

Meanwhile Wilder, 37, knocked out Robert Helenius, 38, in round one of his October comeback fight.

It was his first since a KO loss to Fury, 34, in their epic October 2021 trilogy bout.

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AJ is being lined up to rematch the man he beat in 2015, Dillian Whyte, 34, next year.

But Wilder's manager Shelly Finkel called on Hearn to make a fight between Joshua and the American next.

Finkel told SunSport last week: “If Joshua is ready or willing to fight us next, that is what we want and we will give anything to fight him. 

“This has been a five-year campaign and each time they always try to say we have avoided it. 

“Right now is the 28th of November, we’re saying why not fight next? Let’s just make the fight."

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