Just In: The giant 6’66” Joyce believes that he’ll defeat Tyson Fury to win his WBC Heavyweight Title Next year, saying he had sparred Fury, and based on the experience of previous fights, he feels Tyson can’t beat him with ease.
Notably, it all started after Joyce dove to rescue his friend Oleksandr Usyk, who was verbally abused by Tyson Fury following his win over Derek Chisora for the WBC Championship title at Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium in London.
Usyk eventually found himself speechless and receiving verbal abuse from Fury when Joyce entered the ring to support Usyk and stood tall next to Fury and told him he was ready to fight. Perhaps, Fury’s body language and composition obviously show he was scared.
“Of course, I want to fight Fury. He is a good fighter, and I’d love to take on the challenge. I’ve had some great rounds fighting, and he’s the best in the ring right now. I believe I can beat him as I’d do very best to,” said Joyce to Frank Warren’s Queensbury.
Perhaps, Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) is too old to face Joyce (15-0, 14 KOs) inside the ring, who is considered superior in the division. Nevertheless, Fury hasn’t responded yet, as he’ll negotiate with the coach before making the final call.