Tyson Fury pokes fun of Anthony Joshua by comparing his ‘14 pints of Fosters’ diet to Brit rival’s ultra-healthy habits

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Tyson Fury pokes fun of Anthony Joshua by comparing his ‘14 pints of Fosters’ diet to Brit rival’s ultra-healthy habits

Tyson Fury mocks Anthony Joshua, comparing his ’14 Pints ​​of Fosters’ diet to his rival’s ultra-healthy habits.

The Gypsy King shared a picture of AJ on social media, in which he was seen with a big belly torn with balloons.

Tyson Fury took to his Instagram story to add a pop to his diet compared to Anthony Joshua
Tyson Fury took to his Instagram story to add a pop to his diet compared to Anthony Joshuacredit: Instagram
Fury jumps to 28th place while away from boxing

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Fury jumps to 28th place while away from boxingcredit: see caption

Under his image, he wrote on Instagram: “I remember one night I had 14 pints of foster and then competed three top-ten heavyweights and beat them all.”

And under AJ, WBC heavyweight King said: “My breakfast consists of yams, eggs, and dates.

“Afterwards a big bowl of oatmeal, a protein shake, a glass of orange juice and a glass of honey, lemon and ginger.”

Fury, 33, piled on the pound to a maximum of 28 during his time away from boxing before making a spectacular comeback.

And after his back-to-back victories over Deontay Wilder, taking his pro record to 31-0-1, the Morecambe fighter is a world champion.

He is set to return to the ring in early 2022, likely to face Dillian White.

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Joshua, 32, had a sensational body transformation of his own.

The Watford hero these days might be shredded and able to grate cheese on his stomach of steel.

But photos of 12-year-old AJ at a Nigerian boarding school show just how thin he was before starting the sports journey.

Joshua is desperate to get his career back on track in the coming months.

His Tottenham in September saw the Ukrainian stealing his WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight belts while batting at the hands of Oleksandr Usyk.

And he may be hoping that a new trainer can help him take back the title after his alleged split with Rob McCracken.

Joshua takes good care of his body, but this year he needs to make it to the ring

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Joshua takes good care of his body, but this year he needs to make it to the ringcredit: Reuters

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