TYSON FURY has revealed he'll train heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua for FREE to help him beat Oleksandr Usyk in their rematch.
The Gypsy King, 33, is hard at work preparing to defend his heavyweight belts against Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight on Saturday having pinched them from the Bronze Bomber in February 2022.
But Fury has revealed he'll happily take time out of his hectic schedule to train rival AJ after the Watford star lost his titles to Usyk last month – and won't accept a penny from him.
Joshua, 31, and Fury were due to fight this year until Wilder demanded a third fight from the Morecambe heavyweight.
And while the Gypsy King still hopes to fight AJ one day – provided he wins back his belts from Usyk – he's revealed he and trainer SugarHill Steward are keen to help.
Fury told BT Sport: "I know that if I trained Joshua – me and SugarHill – he'd definitely beat Oleksandr Usyk. That's a fact.
"And I would be open to doing it. I'd be very open to me and SugarHill training him.
"I'd do it for free, because I don't need the money. I wouldn't take his money anyway.
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"We would take on that challenge no problem.
"I guarantee he would beat him."
When asked if he'd be prepared to help Joshua, Fury roared: "For free."
Asked if he believes Joshua could beat Usyk with his help, Fury confidently replied: "For sure."
On the possible training regime, Fury remained tight-lipped adding: "That would be telling now, wouldn't it?"
When pushed, Fury added: "I tell you what I'd do with him… I'd give him the right information to beat Usyk.
"I'm not going to say what. I think everybody knows.
"You've got to train for it, you can't just do. It's not just like saying 'do this, do that' and then doing it.
"You have to train to do it."
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