Tyson Fury has been compelled to break a purposeful online media boycott to react to Anthony Joshua’s claims that he is “the boss” of the heavyweight division.

The two Brits are expecting to affirm a unification session for the near future, with the victor set to turn into the main undisputed heavyweight champ since the time of Lennox Lewis.

Tyson Fury has been out of the ring since beating Deontay Wilder toward the beginning of 2020, a triumph which acquired him the WBC variant of the belt.

IBF, WBA and WBO champion Joshua, battled Kubrat Pulev in December of a year ago, setting up the potential £200million super-battle.

AJ indicated that a declaration could be close and advised his old opponent to ‘come and locate the boss’.

The Gypsy King had recently clarified that he was taking a short rest from online media, guaranteeing he required cleansing himself subsequent to utilizing the stages for a very long time strong.

Be that as it may, hours after the meeting was circulated, Fury was back on Twitter, reacting to Joshua, advising him to come and meet him for the fight to come.

He wrote to his 1.7m twitter adherents: “Anthony Joshua don’t be chicken like you did vs @BronzeBomber come out and meet me for battle. Let me show you what a Boss is. Any day of the week twice on a Sunday.”

For now, the fight stays a battle of words, instead of something more physical.

Joshua’s tease that a declaration could be impending varies to Fury’s position nonetheless, with the 32-year-old guaranteeing talks are at a similar point now as they were a year prior.