Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua: Gypsy King thrashes AJ punch record with monster hook

Tyson Fury’s power has been put to the test on a punch machine – and he passed it with flying colours.

A fight is expected to take place between the Fury and Anthony Joshua later this year with December 3 being the date that the two look to have agreed on.

If the contest were to be decided by their punch machine performance, then it would be the Gypsy King who would come out on top.

Tyson Fury’s monster left hook on the punch machine

The WBC world champion launched a punch with his weaker left arm but his score was an incredible 993 – imagine if he used his right.

Video: Tyson Fury sets massive score on punch machine

Anthony Joshua’s punch machine score on the Graham Norton show

A similar machine has also previously been used by his potential next opponent Anthony Joshua, when he appeared on the Graham Norton Show in 2017.

When AJ had an attempt, he only managed to muster up a score of 848 but each machine is different so it’s hard to say whose punch was truly better.

Video: AJ has a go on the punch machine

It will give Joshua an opportunity to become world champion again but he probably knows that it will be the toughest test of his career so far.

Frank Warren gives an update on Fury vs Joshua

Fury’s promoter Frank Warren gave an update on where the two camps stand in the negotiations.

He told talkSPORT: “The contracts are on their way.

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“But I’m not going into great detail about this because we saw what happened last time round with people making statements and so forth and it fell apart.

“This fight won’t be on until it’s signed, but everybody wants it to happen.

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LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 23: Tyson Fury talks with Dillian Whyte’s corner following the WBC World Heavyweight Title Fight between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

“There aren’t any obstacles in the way, so hopefully very quickly we can get it over the line, but until it’s signed, it’s not on.

“I’m excited about it as a fight because I always felt that Tyson has the beating of AJ and now, we’re gonna find out if we get this over the line.”

Tony Bellew accuses Fury of ducking Oleksandr Usyk

Former cruiserweight world champion Tony Bellew believes Fury wants to fight Joshua over Oleksandr Usyk because of the money that can be earned.

He said to talkSPORT: “For some reason unbeknown to me this ‘middleweight’ he doesn’t want to face on three months’ notice.

“I don’t get it! What I do understand is, “I’ll tell you what, I’ll fight AJ because I can earn double against AJ than what I’ll earn against Usyk.”

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