Tyson Fury has certainly shown his worth on social media today.
The boxer has posted a series of messages on Twitter and Instagram calling out Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder.
You can read the best of Fury’s tweets by clicking HERE.
This comes despite the fact that Fury is currently locked in a battle with the British Boxing Board of Control and UK Anti-Doping over his licence, which was suspended last year following anti-doping and medical problems.
Fury remains hopeful of getting his licence back as he plans to return to the ring next year.
It’s been nearly two years since the Gypsy King went to Dusseldorf and took the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and The Ring belts from Wladimir Klitschko.
It must infurate Fury to see Joshua with his old titles. The 2012 Olympic champion retained his WBA (Super), IBF and IBO belts with a TKO win against Carlos Takam on Saturday.
And so a meeting between the two unbeaten heavyweights - an all-British affair - is the one fight every boxing fan wants to see.
Indeed, even current boxers are getting behind the idea of Joshua versus Fury. WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to express his excitement about the potential fight.
“Whatt a fight @Tyson_Fury and @anthonyfjoshua I believe the biggest fight and build up in boxing history 👌💨 Credit to you both make it happen,” Saunders said.
Fury has tweeted Donald Trump
What a night it would be. Joshua sold out Wembley Stadium when he faced Klitschko in April and a meeting with Fury would also attract a packed house.
And it would even attract a huge American audience if Fury gets his wish for Donald Trump to walk him out.
That’s right. Fury has tweeted the President of the United States to ask him whether he would like to “be a part of the biggest fight ever”.
“@realDonaldTrump who do you think wins the fury vs AJ fight? You can walk me out if you want, be a part of the biggest fight ever,🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️,” Fury wrote.
Incredible. Fury has done some crazy things in his career, including arriving at a press conference dressed as Batman, but this would top the lot.
Here’s how boxing fans responded to Fury’s tweet to Trump.
Knowing Trump, he’ll probably say yes…