Tyson Fury told 'I'm coming' by Andy Ruiz Jr as Brit called out by Anthony Joshua conqueror with Wembley bout rumoured | The Sun
ANDY RUIZ JR has warned Tyson Fury he's "coming" for his WBC heavyweight crown.
The former unified heavyweight champion is in the running to throw down with the Gypsy King at Wembley in July.
It's understood that serious negotiations have not yet got underway, but that hasn't stopped Ruiz Jr from sending a message The Gypsy King's way.
When reflecting on last weekend's Las Vegas showdown between Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia, he said on Instagram: “We all risk our lives in there to f***ing feed our loved ones.
"Hell of a fight. Can’t wait, man, till I fight f***ing Wilder, Fury, everybody.
"All the people at the top. I’m coming.”
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Ruiz Jr, 33, began teasing a fight with the WBC king late last month, posting a mock-up fight poster of the pair to his Instagram.
The accompanying caption read: "Who would like to see this fight? LetsGo."
Ruiz Jr hasn't set foot inside the ring since his decision victory over elder statement of the division Luis Ortiz last September.
Fury, meanwhile, was last in action last December in a trilogy fight with Derek Chisora – who he stopped in the tenth round of their Tottenham tussle.
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The Gypsy King was due to throw down with unified king Oleksandr Usyk in a mouthwatering undisputed title fight later this month.
But the first undisputed heavyweight showdown in nearly 25 years fell through last after Team Usyk – who agreed to a 70-30 split – withdrew from negotiations after Fury's constant moving of the goalposts.
Fan favourite Fury – who broke his social media silence last week to deny rumours of competing in a four-man heavyweight tournament in Saudi – recently teased an "imminent fight" announcement.
As he performed a heavy set of leg extensions in the gym, the 34-year-old said: "Got some massive, massive news coming.
"An imminent fight date, an absolutely monstrous fight.
"Keep tuned because the WBC world heavyweight king is back in action, coming very, very soon."
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