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Tyson Fury Responds to Anthony Joshua's Knockout of Francis Ngannou

In the aftermath of Anthony Joshua’s impressive knockout victory over Francis Ngannou, Tyson Fury has issued an immediate response, tempering the excitement around a potential showdown between the two British heavyweights.

Fury poured cold water on the prospect of facing Joshua this year, emphasizing his commitment to facing Oleksandr Usyk twice before considering any other bouts. “For the actual real boxing, it’s me and Usyk who fight for the undisputed heavyweight world championship of the world,” Fury stated.

Reflecting on Joshua’s performance against Ngannou, Fury acknowledged the former UFC champion’s skills but maintained that his own style poses a unique challenge for Joshua. “Styles make fights, and my style for him is kryptonite,” Fury asserted. “Just because he knocked out that guy with a right hand, it’s not the same.”

Fury also highlighted the obstacles that have historically hindered the Fury-Joshua matchup, suggesting that there is still a long road ahead before the bout materializes. Despite Joshua’s impressive victory, Fury remains focused on his upcoming fights with Usyk in May and October.

In the fight itself, Joshua showcased his power by flooring Ngannou multiple times, ultimately securing a second-round knockout victory. Ngannou’s resilience was tested, but Joshua’s precise punches proved decisive as the referee halted the contest in Joshua’s favor.

With this win, Joshua positions himself as a formidable challenger for the winner of Fury vs. Usyk, further fueling anticipation for a potential showdown between two of boxing’s biggest stars.

As Ngannou received medical attention in the ring, Joshua’s victory sets the stage for a high-stakes showdown in the heavyweight division, promising excitement and drama for boxing fans worldwide.

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