Tyson Fury named the most avoided boxer in the world. His choice will surprise you


British WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) was asked to name the most avoided boxer in the world. The big man, apparently, liked the question – he didn’t joke, didn’t clown, didn’t make a choice in favor of sparring partner Jared Anderson or colleague promoter Joe Joyce.

And he is confident
argued voiced option: “Who is the most avoided? I’ll tell you. This is the guy that we constantly need to mention, but who we don’t notice at point-blank range – this is the baba of all the divisions in which he played. This is someone who has long deserved a really big fight. This is Demetrius Endred. Yes, this is a real babay! The dude conquered two weights, goes undefeated, confidently outplays everyone who finds eggs in his shorts to go against him in the ring. Badge-fly, give him the opportunity to show himself against someone really worth it!

“Now he has moved up to the third division,” Fury recalls. – Super middle. Caleb Plant is there, David Benavidez is there. Give him all the tops! Give him a chance! He’s already 33 or 34 years old. And so far he has not had a chance to fight with someone eminent. And it’s not his fault. He wasn’t the one avoiding fights with all these dudes. They were hiding from him. So it’s obvious here that he’s the most avoided fighter in boxing.”

At the beginning of the year, the conqueror of two divisions Andred made his debut in the super middleweight division. He was pleased with his performance: “Nicholson is cool, he has a beast inside him.” The other day it became known that his failed opponent Billy Joe Saunders returns and named three desired opponents – all real.