Tyson Fury pokes fun of Anthony Joshua by comparing his ‘14 pints of Fosters’ diet to Brit rival’s ultra-healthy habits
TYSON FURY poked fun at Anthony Joshua by comparing his '14 pints of Fosters' diet to his rival's ultra-healthy habits.
The Gypsy King took to social media by sharing a picture of AJ looking ripped alongside himself ballooned with a big belly.
Under his own image, he wrote on Instagram: "I remember one night I had 14 pints of Fosters and then sparred three top-ten heavyweights and battered them all."
And below AJ, the WBC heavyweight king added: "My breakfast consists of yams, eggs and dates.
"Followed by a big bowl of porridge, a protein shake, a glass of orange juice and a glass of honey, lemon and ginger."
Fury, 33, famously piled on the pounds to a maximum of 28st during his time away from boxing before making a stunning comeback.
And after his back-to-back wins over Deontay Wilder, taking his pro record to 31-0-1, the Morecambe fighter is a world champ.
He looks set to return to the ring early in 2022, likely to face Dillian Whyte.
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Joshua, 32, had his own sensational body transformation.
The Watford hero may be shredded these days and able to grate cheese on his abs of steel.
But snaps of a 12-year-old AJ during his time at a Nigerian boarding school showed just how skinny he was before he began his sporting journey.
Joshua is desperate to get his career back on track in the coming months.
His Tottenham battering at the hands of Oleksandr Usyk in September saw the Ukrainian steal his WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight belts.
And he will be hoping a new trainer could help him wrestle the titles back after reportedly parting company with Rob McCracken.
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