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Tyson Fury insists Anthony Joshua fight would be his easiest ever

Tyson Fury insists a fight with Anthony Joshua would be the easiest fight of his career as the former heavyweight champion eyes a return to the ring after a doping suspension.

The British Boxing Board of Control cleared Fury to box last week and despite Joshua stating that he was "a bit bored of the talking" on a potential fight, there is every possibility the two will face-off.

"I'm gonna say this, a bold quote: Joshua will be my easiest fight," Fury told BoxNation. "Even easier than Wladimir Klitschko. Even after two and a half years out the ring.

"I look at them all and I see all good men, all good World Champions, all young and ambitious and unbeaten, and it's a very good time to be a heavyweight. Deep down, they know the Gypsy King will reign supreme again."

Fury has been hard at work under new trainer Ben Davison with the intention of a return to the ring in April and Fury is adamant that as he proved doubters wrong in the past, he will continue to do so against Joshua.

"As soon as I entered into this world I proved people wrong. The doctors said I wouldn't make it, but I did. The doctors said I wouldn't be very big, and I'm a giant. They said I couldn't win a British title, and I did. [They] said I definitely wouldn't win a European [title] and I did that.

"They said he's got no chance against Wladimir Klitschko... I made the man look stupid," he continued. "They said I'd never be able to overcome UKAD -- done. And then they said I'd never get my licence back -- done. They said I could never lose the weight. Well guess what? That's on the way to being done too."


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