Aside from Fury in the five big names in heavyweight boxing today, all of them have suffered at least one loss in their professional careers. The four pugilists in question are Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder, Andy Ruiz and Dillian Whyte. Fury decided to remind them all that he is the only one who still has not lost.
Fury added a story to his Instagram that kept him in the center surrounded by the other four. He captioned the image, “The four below all have the same thing in common, all lost. “
Deontay Wilder has seen his undefeated career tarnished by Tyson Fury himself. The first meeting of the two ended in a controversial draw. However, Fury presented “The Bronze Bomber” at their second meeting which took place in February earlier this year.
Anthony Joshua suffered his first professional loss when Andy Ruiz Jr. shocked him last year. However, he returned in December to return the favor to the Mexican. But it was not the first time that Ruiz Jr. had witnessed a failure inside the ring. His first defeat returned in 2016 to Joseph Parker.
Dillian Whyte also suffered only one loss in his professional career. Current WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO title holder Anthony Joshua eliminated Whyte in the seventh round in 2015. He has remained undefeated since in eleven of his fights and may challenge Joshua in the future.
Tyson Fury hands full as he also receives WWE challenges
It may seem that Tyson Fury is trying to fight by posting such photos. However, the way things are going right now, he doesn’t have to do it for himself. Fury will fight Wilder in a trilogy fight later. If he wins, a title unification fight with AJ will soon be on the cards.
And if all that is not enough for the 31-year-old man, he also receives calls from the world of professional wrestling. New WWE Champion Drew McIntyre called Fury for a fight the day after he got his hands on the gold. With previous promotion experience, it will be interesting to know if Fury decides to return to WWE anytime soon.