Wladimir Klitschko roasts hypocrite Tyson Fury over his Oleksandr Usyk steroid comment

by Charles Brun: Former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko returned with a shooting of Tyson Fury on Wednesday, letting him know he was a hypocrite and needed to keep company closed After commenting on Oleksandr Usyk this week.

Fury said on social media that Anthony Joshua let his “little steroid man” [Usyk] He defeats him and gets his three titles last September at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England.

As expected, Vladimir saw Fury’s comments as a bit rich, considering that ‘The Gypsy King’ tested positive for the performance-enhancing drug. [PED] Nandrolone in February 2015. Later, Fury beat Wladimir during the same year in November 2015, but apparently it looked awful Tyson had tested positive for PED earlier.

“You let your little steroid guy come off his middleweight and get moving and take all your belts,Fury said on social media in his criticism of Joshua.

On Tuesday, WBC Heavyweight Champion Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) lit up Anthony Joshua, attacked him with it, and lost his WBC/IBF/IBF titles to USIC (19-0, 13 KOs) ) last year on September 25th. in London.

The three titles Joshua lost (24-2, 22 KOs) belonged to Fury at one point, but he quickly lost them when his life quickly fell apart after his surprise victory over IBF/WBA/WBO champion Vladimir on November 28, 2015 , in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Fury allowed Joshua to lose his three belts, as Tyson wanted those tapes to remain in the UK for a reason. “

Gypsy King didn’t like the idea of ​​the three belts returning to Ukraine, where they were staying, when Ukraine’s Vladimir carried the belts in 2015.

“Tyson_Fury, you live in a glass house and someone needs to take your stones off,” Wladimir Klitschko said on social media. “It wasn’t long before our fight that our test result came back positive. Anyone can Google it. Keep it classy!!! #usykchampion #ukraine #hypocriteusykaa.”

An angry reaction to Vladimir’s vitriol

“Vladimir, you have some cheek to come back after all these years and open your big mouth,” Fury said on social media, responding to Klitschko addressing him on social media earlier today.

“You never dropped a punch. You never dropped a punch. I took off all your belts. Look, these were yours, mush. Now they’re mine, you pointless file.” Keep dreaming, said the intense anger.

Vladimir hits Fury, and he would probably hit him if he had his late coach Emmanuel Steward in his corner.

Steward recently passed away, leaving Vladimir rudderless with his former gym classmate Jonathan Banks as his coach, who failed to follow his instructions during the fight with Fury.

Fury annoys that Joshua lost his belts against the former Undisputed Cruiserweight Champion Usyk, but it was bound to happen.

At this point, Joshua is being beaten up by unexpected opponents, and he clearly doesn’t have the ability to consistently defeat top tier fighters.

The magical question is whether Joshua’s downfall is an age-related training issue or his exposure as a limited fighter. Whatever the problem, Fury can’t fix it by bashing Joshua and making him feel bad for losing to Usyk.

How to put Humpty-Dumpty [Joshua] Shall we get back together again? You can not. Joshua’s career is falling apart, and there’s nothing Fury or a new coach can do about it.

The only thing he can do is have Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn compare him as skillfully as he used to against such weak opponents as Carlos Takam, Charles Martin and Eric Molina.

Even if Joshua beat Usyk in a rematch, it’s only a matter of time before AJ loses again. He’s not a good fighter, and he never has been.

You can go back to Joshua’s controversial Olympic gold medal win in 2012 and see that he’s always been a flawed fighter from day one. In the Pro, you can’t count on consistently getting questionable wins as we saw Joshua at the 2012 London Olympics.

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