Manchester United legend Roy Keane makes scathing comments about Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua
Roy Keane criticized Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua for “talking too much” instead of facing each other in the ring.
There has been a lot of trash talk between the two heavyweight champions, but they still have to fight in what would be Britain’s biggest fight in history.
The long-awaited undisputed title fight was due to take place earlier this year, but a legal challenge from Deontay Wilder forced Fury to stage a third battle with the American.
Keane is a huge boxing fan, but the former Manchester United midfielder has said it is time to be quiet or shut up when it comes to Fury versus Joshua.
Speaking to former teammate Gary Neville in a quick question game for his show The Overlap, Keane said, “I don’t like any of them. Heavy stuff annoys me, too much chatter.
“Neither of them. They both irritate me; I don’t choose either of them.
Fury and Joshua were scheduled to fight in August, but a lawsuit from Wilder ended that and secured a third reunion with the Gypsy King.
Fury’s fight against Wilder will take place on Saturday, October 9 after Joshua takes on Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday, September 25.
Eddie Hearn, who played a major role in agreeing an initial August date for Fury’s fight with Joshua, recently said the couple could meet early next year.
“We wanted to do it in December,” Hearn told talkSPORT. “But I think with AJ fighting on September 25, Fury has now delayed until October, I think February is more realistic.”