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Tyson Fury believes he will never lose his unbeaten record, regardless of the looming menace of fights towards harmful punchers equivalent to Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua.

Fury defends his WBC belt towards Wilder on October 9, which might lastly arrange an undisputed world title showdown towards Joshua.

Joshua dangers his world titles towards Oleksandr Usyk on September 25, stay on Sky Sports activities Field Workplace, however Fury has appeared to dismiss the menace posed by his heavyweight rivals.

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Tyson Fury has revealed how he battled melancholy after defeating Wladimir Klitschko to turn out to be unified champion in 2015

Talking in an interview with Gary Neville’s The Overlap, which comprises language some could discover offensive, Fury stated: “I’ve never misplaced a battle. I do not assume I am going to ever lose a battle, no. I do not assume I will.

“I do not assume there’s no person on the market to beat me.”

Joshua has reiterated his need for a blockbuster battle, however Fury insists his British rival’s shock loss to Andy Ruiz Jr is proof that he shouldn’t look too far forward at future fights.

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Joshua says he desires to lastly settle his rivalry with Fury

“How can he have me now, if I’ve received a rematch with Wilder,” stated Fury.

“The massive factor is – I am going to inform you what they all the time do – and he already fell sufferer to it, Joshua.

“They discuss fights that’s not taking place. All people desires to speak to me concerning the Joshua battle. They do not care concerning the battle that I am having.

“Hastily, they need me to look over what I am doing and then get chinned. I am laid on my again flat by Wilder and he’s taking my place.”

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Joshua says Oleksandr Usyk’s measurement will not be a key issue of their world title battle, stay on Sky Sports activities Field Workplace

Reflecting on the rest of his profession, Fury stated: “I’ve solely received, two, three fights left, as a result of there isn’t any extra challenges.

“They’ve all been overwhelmed. I’ve received Wilder subsequent and supplied I get by that, then I’ve received AJ.”

The 2-time world champion additionally revealed how he battled melancholy after fulfilling his long-term ambition of defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.

“Earlier than it was like I had conquered the world and it was nothing else that I needed to do,” stated Fury.

Tyson Fury, Wladimir Klitschko
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Fury defeated Wladimir Klitschko to turn out to be unified champion in 2015

“Once I was solely younger, Klitschko was a world champion, so I used to be all the time taking a look at him and once I’d accomplished it, it was recreation over for me.

“I did not wish to proceed, plus I used to be mentally unstable. Going into that battle, I used to be very depressed and down, and anxious. I all the time had that aim of beating Klitschko that saved me on the straight and slim path, however after that aim was taken away from me, I had nothing else that I might concentrate on to provide me that drive.

“It was like a complete downward spiral and I did not wish to stay anymore. I used to be blissful to die at 27. I used to be blissful to complete, that was it. Nothing or no person might carry me again.

“Not my spouse and children. I did not care. Each day I awoke, I simply needed to die. Solely individuals who have been by melancholy and all that type of stuff will perceive what I am saying.”

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