KSI gives prediction for Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua and fears fighter would turn ‘evil’ and ‘ANNIHILATE’ rival


KSI reckons Anthony Joshua will bring out a previously unseen “evil” side if a fight with Tyson Fury ever comes to fruition.

The mouthwatering Battle of Britain – which has been on the cards for over six years – has been close to materialising twice but failed to get over the line.

Anthony Joshua could still very well fight Tyson FuryPA

British boxing fans are dying to see the pair throw downGETTY

YouTuber-turned-boxer KSI reckons AJ will ‘annihilate’ the Gypsy KingGETTY

Nevertheless, British boxing fans continue to debate the winner of the heavyweight showdown.

But YouTuber turned boxer KSI only sees one outcome for the domestic dust-up: an emphatic Joshua KO.

The social media sensation told Misfits Boxing: “There is a lot of bad blood with that.

“”Honestly I think that fight would bring out the scary, evil AJ that is just spiteful.

“He’d come in like, ‘Finally, I get to put my hands on you’ and just annihilate, dominate.

“I think it would be a good fight, Fury would try and do his thing, keep him at range to try and press him but I see AJ edging it.”

AJ promoter Eddie Hearn shares that opinion, telling talkSPORT: “Call me deluded, but he’s going to knock out Deontay Wilder and then he’s going to knock out Tyson Fury.

“Then he’s going to become undisputed heavyweight world champion and then we’re going to sail off into the sunset.


“I see it, have the vision for that, let’s make it happen.”

Joshua, 33, was seemingly set to be back in action in January in a long-overdue grudge match against former WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.

The financial side of deal has been agreed, although Hearn is currently without a site for the gunfight.

AJ is currently on a two-fight win streak following a decision and knockout wins over Jermaine Franklin and Robert Helenius respectively.

WBC heavyweight king Fury, meanwhile, is gearing up to throw down with former UFC champ Francis Ngannou in a Saudi showdown on October 28.

An undisputed fight with former pound-for-pound king Oleksandr Usyk could be in the offing for the Gyspy King, although he’s seemingly not interested in unifying the division.

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