Tyson Fury launched an astonishing rant on Anthony Joshua during lockdown when asked about the pair potentially trading punches in the future.“The Gypsy King” was on top form when discussing the bout with Jamie and Harry Redknapp on their new Sky series: “Home Fixture.” Fury, 31, blasted AJ’s technical ability and defence, before completely shutting down any notion of a victory for the unified champion if they meet.As WBC title-holder, Fury has the opportunity to take him every single belt on offer, which many believe he will do if Joshua agrees to the fight.Outlining what happens if they ever lock horns, Fury was certainly adamant Joshua would hit the canvas.“AJ’s style is tailor-made for mine,” Fury told both Redknapps alongside comedian Tom Davis. “He’s an upright fighter, walking forward with a classic defence.“He’s strong and powerful, but he’s got no footwork. (He’s got) hardly any resilience and he’s a bit gutless when it comes down to getting clipped. “I think I’ll knock him out around two or three rounds.“The first time I connect on him his legs will do a dance. I’ll just jump on him like that fat kid (Andy Ruiz Jr.) did before. Easy, not a bother.”As confident as ever, Fury even picked out the finishing punch, by concluding: “I’ll tell you what shot it’s gonna be as well, should I?“It’s gonna be a left hook to the temple. You’re gonna see him do a Bambi dance all over the ring.”As things stand, AJ is yet to fully follow through with previous promises to face Fury in the next 12 months. A lot of talking has played out in the media.Fury and Joshua have tried to find a solution due to both having mandatories.Kubrat Pulev is lined up for Joshua, whilst Fury has to fight Deontay Wilder for the third time.Up to now, it’s a stalemate, which Fury attributes to Hearn and Joshua.RelatedPosts Tyson Fury to Anthony Joshua: Don’t risk fighting Usyk Anthony Joshua, Okolie plot world title double Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury, Wilder fight The summer of 2021 would be the perfect time for Fury vs Joshua to finally take place on UK soil.Tags: Anthony JoshuaBOXINGTyson Fury
Readmond’s lawsuit contended the roadway was in a dangerous condition and lacked safety features and controls, such as a median guardrail, the county memo said. Several fatal collisions have occurred in that general area, which is heavily traveled by east Palmdale commuters and by travelers seeking a shortcut between state Route 138 and the Antelope Valley Freeway. In the 2001 crash, an Acton man was killed. In January 2004, a Canyon Country man died in a four-vehicle traffic collision that occurred when a pickup truck drifted over the center line and collided with the victim’s sedan. Two motorists died in September 2002 on Pearblossom Highway just east of Sierra only minutes apart in separate collisions. [email protected] (661) 476-4586160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The schedule for the improvements depends on acquisition of rights-of-way and completion and approval of environmental studies, the report said. In the meantime, county workers will install by May flashing beacons at curve advisory signs and add additional signs at other locations. A county counsel memo said if Readmond’s case had gone to trial, he likely would have sought damages of $850,600. In defending the lawsuit, the county spent $54,255 in attorney fees and $21,811 in other costs. Readmond, who at the time of the crash was 38, was driving his pickup truck south on Sierra Highway and collided with another pickup that crossed the center line, the memo said. Readmond suffered a broken leg, which required hospitalization and the insertion of a steel rod in his leg, the memo said. PALMDALE – A Palmdale horseshoer injured in a head-on crash on a problem stretch of Sierra Highway was awarded a $199,000 settlement Tuesday by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Darin Readmon sued the county after crashing on what he claimed was a dangerous curve in the four-lane road south of Palmdale. Several fatal crashes have occurred in the area, where Sierra meets Pearblossom Highway. The July 2005 crash occurred at the same location as a December 2001 head-on collision that killed one man and severely injured a Palmdale couple, who eventually received a $1.75 million settlement. The county Department of Public Works now plans to realign Sierra Highway with a 12-foot-wide striped median and paved shoulders, according to a county staff report.