Fury is very vulnerable, Joshua can beat him – Wilder coach


British ex-heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) has an excellent chance of winning in a possible fight against compatriot, current WBC title holder Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs). This opinion was expressed by the coach of the American Deontay Wilder, Malik Scott.

Recall that earlier Joshua accepted Fury’s offer and agreed to fight on December 3 in Cardiff (Wales). Tyson’s promoter Frank Warren reports that Anthony’s side is currently busy studying the details of the contract.

“Now is a great time for Joshua to take on Fury. I’m sure Anthony is in such a mood right now that he needs to prove something, Scott suggested. “He wants to come back with a shield. Wants to do it again. She and Tyson always wanted to get in the ring against each other. But will it happen? Business is running the show these days, and people are so selfish and greedy.”

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“But what I like the most is that Joshua said that he would agree to any conditions, and you have to give him credit for that. It is worthy of respect,” says Malik. “He is confident he can beat Fury. And I’m sure of that too. It will not be easy, but, in my opinion, he has everything for this. Amateur base, hit. AJ is a strong guy. He is big. How can he not have a chance to win? People who write him down ahead of time as losers are just crazy. I strongly disagree with them.”

“Fury is cool right now. It just blows everyone away. But at the same time, he is now more vulnerable than ever before,” Scott said. “Besides, Fury gives you the ability to hit him more than before. And this is heavyweight. And I can’t be absolutely sure of someone who lets his opponent beat him. Yes, he is very vulnerable as a fighter. But that’s exactly what makes it so spectacular.”

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