Even when he's not involved in the biggest upcoming fight in boxing, Tyson Fury is never out of the headlines for long.
The next heavyweight fight that everyone in boxing is waiting for is Anthony Joshua against Deontay Wilder, after the Brit overcame Joseph Parker in his last fight.
And though his camp, as well as Wilder's, have made various claims about offers being on the table, the saga has dragged on for weeks, with no end in sight.
In fact, the only news from Joshua has been his arrangement with mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin for a fight at Wembley in September.
With AJ having another fight booked in at the same venue, boxing fans and pundits are all hoping that it will be for American Wilder.
It seems that Tyson Fury, however, has had enough of all the silence, and has expressed his views on his Twitter account in the way that only he could.
"It's such a sad time for heavyweight boxing because you've got the so-called super-champion and golden boy Anthony Joshua and he's avoiding Deontay Wilder and will not fight him at any costs.
"If you're not going to fight someone for £40m, you're not gonna fight him for anything.
"It's a digrace and he's a disgrace to boxing and I think he needs someone good enough to step up and take on the challenges and not be afraid. Not be afraid to take risks, go to people's back yards and do it.
"Can you imagine if I went to America and beat Deontay Wilder in America after beating Klitschko in Germany?!
"That would be sensational. It might happen, who knows. Wait for the news!"
Whatever you say about Fury, you can't say he lacks self belief and confidence.
What we can agree with is that AJ and Wilder need to get a move on and put us out of our misery.News Now - Sport News