ANTHONY JOSHUA is fed up speaking about Tyson Fury — and simply needs to see some motion from the fallen big.
Former world champion Fury is at a coaching camp in Marbella as he plots a long-awaited return after greater than two years out of the ring.
The suspension on his combating licence has been lifted by the British Boxing Board of Management — however he nonetheless must submit his medical data.
In the meantime, WBA and IBF heavyweight champion Joshua is making ready for his conflict with the WBO king, New Zealander Joseph Parker, in Cardiff subsequent month.
Fury has not boxed since defeating Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 and remains to be unbeaten — though he has been stripped of his belts.
Now the 6ft 9in Gypsy King says Joshua can by no means be thought-about the true heavyweight champ till he beats him — and has requested for a showdown this 12 months.
However Joshua, 28, mentioned: “I’m not going to cease my profession and look forward to him, I’m going to maintain on rocking and rolling.
“I’m a bit tired of speaking about him — I simply wish to see him get again in motion.
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“Generally I say I’m trying ahead to him returning, however different instances I simply can’t be bothered as a result of it’s an on-going state of affairs.
“Let’s see him again combating match after which he can speak about getting it on with me.”
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After so long out of the game, Joshua is advising Fury, 29, to make the most of his shock win over Klitschko and stop letting big fights — and even bigger pay-days — slip down the drain.
He added: “When I won the world title I stayed active, but he didn’t.
“It’s a shame because these are his glory days now, so hopefully he gets himself together.
“We’ve stayed consistent, he hasn’t. I don’t know if we have seen the best of him because he’s still young even though he’s been pro a long time.”