‘I’d jab his nut right off’: Tyson Fury claims he could beat Andy Ruiz Jnr with one hand tied behind his back in what would be the ‘EASIEST fight ever’
- Tyson Fury has refused to back down in his war of words with rival Andy Ruiz Jnr
- The Gypsy King had previously made comments on the Mexican’s physique
- Speaking on Mike Tyson’s podcast, Fury also spoke about rival Deontay Wilder
- Fury fights Swedish fighter Otto Wallin next on Saturday night out in Las Vegas
Tyson Fury has refused to back down in his war of words with heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr, after the British fighter claimed again that he could beat the Mexican with one hand tied behind his back.
Earlier this week Ruiz Jr had responded to comments made by the Gypsy King regarding the 29-year-old’s physique, saying that the former champion was simply ‘trying to stay relevant’.
Fury had previously slammed heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua for being ‘knocked out by this little fat guy’, referring to Ruiz Jr.
Tyson Fury has hit back in his war of words with heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr today
Fury had previously jibed that heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua lost to a ‘little fat guy’
Yet the Wythenshawe-born fighter has amped up his criticism of the current champion, ahead of his fight with Otto Wallin this weekend.
Speaking on the ‘Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson’ podcast, Fury said: ‘I think his win over Anthony Joshua was very good on two weeks’ notice.
‘I would tie one hand behind my back and beat him with either one. I’d jab his nut right off. That would be the easiest fight ever.’
The Briton is fighting in Las Vegas on Saturday after signing a big money deal with ESPN
Fury also had time to share his thoughts on WBC champion Deontay Wilder, who is due to fight Luiz Ortiz this year, according to reports. Fury told of his plans to not allow the fight to be decided by the ringside judges.
He said: ‘I’m going to fight this guy (Wallin) on September 14, then we’re going to go for the Wilder rematch on February 22.
‘Then this time I’m not going to leave it to the judges, it’s going to be over within four rounds, then we’re going to move on.’
Andy Ruiz Jr fights Anthony Joshua in a highly-anticipated rematch on December 7 in Saudi Arabia.
Fury also had something to say to arch rival Deontay Wilder. The pair drew their first bout