TYSON FURY has blasted Anthony Joshua’s next world title defence against Jarrell Miller labelling the pair “low-level bums”.
Joshua, 29 will make his Stateside debut on June 1, defending his WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles against Miller at Madison Square Garden.
However, Fury, 30, who drew against WBC king Deontay Wilder, 33, in Los Angeles in December, told IFL TV that Joshua is a “s***house” for fighting the unbeaten Miller.
The Gyspy King mocked sports streaming service DAZN, who will air the fight in the US, suggesting the fight will be viewed by just 12,000 people.
Fury said: “I think it is an entertaining fight between two dossers really.
“Yeah, it will be good for a giggle won’t it? Two low-level bums fighting it out on that stage, that level, with 12,000 people watching.
“It should be good. We all need a bit of bill-filling don’t we, not everyone can top the bills in LA.”
Fury has history with AJ’s next opponent Miller, 30, as the pair met in 2011 while both in camp with then heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko.
The story develops as Fury claims he hired Miller to be his sparring partner later that year, but the Brit claims after dropping Big Baby seven times, the American was sent home.
Miller, however, insists Fury’s sparring claim is false – revealing he has never touched the canvas in the ring.
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