WLADIMIIR KLITSCHKO has labeled Tyson Fury a ‘hypocrite’ after his old rival accused Oleksandr Usik of steroid abuse.
Fury made outrageous claims about Usick and insulted Anthony Joshua on social media while running on a treadmill.
He said: “You know what I can’t believe?
“He’s gone to AJ and returned all the heavyweight belts to Ukraine, after all my hard work to relieve them. You big, useless Dodger.
“You let a little steroid guy come up above middleweight and set about himself, and take off all his belts.
“But a real British Lancaster bomber like me would have to go and relieve the useless little stead head of the belt and bring them back to Britain.
“You useless Dodgers. Honestly, bring ’em to me – ‘Gypsy King’, bring ’em to me.”
“I’ll put them in their place, free them from the belt again.”
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Ukrainian Usyk, 34, who won the above titles by defeating 32-year-old Joshua in September, is yet to respond to the allegations.
But his countryman Klitschko, who was beaten up by Fury in 2015, reminded the Gypsy King of his ‘adverse discovery’ with the United Kingdom Anti-Doping Agency.
Klitschko, 45, tweeted: “You live in a glass house, and someone needs to take your stones.
“It’s not long before our fight when you actually tested positive. Anyone can google it. Keep it classy!!!”
In 2016 UKAD suspended Fury after she and her cousin Hughie returned samples with elevated levels of nandrolone metabolites after a related feud in February 2015.
Both denied knowingly consuming the banned substance and blamed the adverse discovery on pork.
But by that time the newly crowned heavyweight champion had already pulled out of his rematch with Klitschko due to an ankle injury.
Vladimir, you have some cheeks to come back after all these years and open your big mouth.
Fury remained suspended until 2017 and vacated his titles after falling into depression and fighting alcohol and substance abuse.
Eventually, he returned in 2018, and served a back-date suspension to the point of unfavorable findings, meaning he was free to fight again that summer.
The title Fury won against Klitschko in Düsseldorf, Germany, is currently around Usyk’s waist, following his victory over AJ.
But the unbeaten Brit has a WBC strap – and in that famous upset she took pride in the back belts she took from Klitschko.
Fury, 33, said in a Twitter video: “Vladimir, you have some cheek to come back after all these years and open your big mouth.
“You never punched me, I took all your boxes. Look, these were from your pulp, now they’re mine.
“You idle dodger, keep on dreaming.”