Former sparring Fury: Joshua will beat him. I also carried Tyson out of the ring


Former sparring partner of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs), American puncher with an “inflated” record Christopher Lovejoy (19-1, 19 KOs), suddenly supported ex-champion Anthony Joshua (24- 3, 22 KOs). The California Grizzly believes the latter will win if the two do fight at the end of the year.

“I’m not a fan of AJ at all,” Lovejoy writes in
Twitter. “But I think he will beat Fury. Let’s not forget that Fury got hit by Wilder. And I also kind of carried Fury out of the ring.”

Like all sparring stories, this one also varies depending on who is telling it.

Christopher claims that he totally screwed Tyson, while Fury says that it was, guys, quite the opposite.

Charr quickly scored Lovejoy: video

Today, Joshua announced through his management team that he is accepting the terms Fury put forward for him for a potential fight on December 3rd. Although a couple of days ago they insisted on December 17th.

And where without experts. They discussed whether Joshua should accept Fury’s challenge.