Joe Joyce has mentioned he’s prepared to face Tyson Fury – and even advised the champion he ought to neglect the undisputed bout with Oleksandr Usyk to make it occur.The heavyweight division continues to intrigue and frustrate in equal measure. Fury has a voluntary defence of his WBC belt scheduled in opposition to Derek Chisora on December 3, and is predicted to maneuver straight into coaching camp for a struggle with fellow-champion Usyk that may see the entire belts on the road.Nevertheless, in a current interview, ‘The Gypsy King’ set a deadline of February for the Ukrainian, and mentioned that if the struggle didn’t occur then, he would give promotional stablemate, Joe Joyce, a shot.Following Fury’s sort-of-call out, Joyce took to Twitter to verify that he was within the Wembley scrap – becoming a member of Fury in criticising Usyk’s measurement.“Choose on somebody your individual measurement Tyson. I’m match and able to go! Usyk is much too small for you. I’m a special sort of beast. Gypsy King vs Juggernaut.”Choose on somebody your individual measurement Tyson. I’m match and able to go! Usyk is much too small for you. I’m a special sort of beast.
Gypsy King vs Juggernaut.📞#THEJUGGERNAUT 👊🏾 https://t.co/Y1S6b3CseD— Joe Joyce (@JoeJoyceBoxing) November 22, 2022It’s handy timing, given many questioned why Joyce didn’t step within the ring when Fury was searching for an opponent for December 3 – which was made extra complicated by the blended messages from his workforce.Nonetheless, ‘The Juggernaut’ earned his day off, and is definitely hurtling in the direction of a title shot, whether or not that be Fury or Usyk.As for undisputed, Usyk can be in attendance for Fury – Chisora, watching the motion from the wings and analysing who followers hope can be his subsequent opponent.Ought to Fury come via as most count on him to, Saudi Arabia is alleged to have a eager curiosity in internet hosting a struggle for all of the heavyweight titles, and to crown an undisputed champion for the primary time within the division since Lennox Lewis.