A bout between the two British heavyweights could take place later this year and The Gypsy King has already fired shots at Anthony Joshua
Tyson Fury has claimed Anthony Joshua is not a real-world champion and simply has his “leftovers” in his trophy cabinet
Joshua holds three of the four recognised belts following his revenge mission against Andy Ruiz Jr last year.
Fury now has the other after his stunning seventh-round stoppage of Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas.
The pair are now on a collision course for the end of the year, assuming they each win their next fights with Fury taking on Wilder again in July and Joshua facing Kubrat Pulev the previous month.
But Fury, who held Joshua’s belts after his win over Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 before being forced to vacate them due to a drink and drug-fuelled depression, claims he does not view his fellow countryman as his equal.
“I’ve already been the undisputed champion so as far as I’m concerned Anthony Joshua only has my leftovers,” he told This Morning.
“I never lost those belts, I had to vacate them because of my mental health problems.
“They are my belts, how can you claim to be a champion if you haven’t beaten a champion in the ring?”
Fury also confirmed he plans to retire following his trilogy fight with Wilder and a potential undisputed clash with Joshua.
“I beat Wilder the first time [in 2018] and I beat him the second time and I will surely beat him the third time,” he added.
“I’ll have two more fights and then hopefully we’ll sail off into the sunset.
“I’ve got two more fights left and then we’ll really think about what we’re doing and go from there.
“I’m undefeated in 31 professional fights and this is my 12th year as a professional.”