Fury also suggested Joshua, who now holds the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO championship belts, is now second fiddle to American WBC king Deontay Wilder in the division.
FORMER WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT champion Tyson Fury will return to the ring after a two-and-a-half-year absence on 9 June in Manchester, with an opponent to be announced in the coming weeks. Fury, 29, will have at least three or four fights, though, before he is ready to challenge either the man who subsequently stopped Klitschko, Anthony Joshua - or the other champion in the division, the American Deontay Wilder.
On form, he's arguably the best of the best, with his last win being in November 2015, when he out-sparred the legendary Wladimir Klitschko to win the IBF, WBA and WBO belts - all of which now rest on Joshua's chiselled torso.
Joshua profited heavily from the stripping of Tyson Fury, with the lost belts being made vacant.
When is the next Tyson Fury fight?
A combination of personal issues and an anti-doping case kept Fury from fighting for over two years, but now both have been resolved and he hopes to regain the heavyweight crown. "He's risky until the last two seconds".
All of my focus is on my return at the Manchester Arena on June 9th.
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"I can't wait to get in there and prove I am the best even after all this time out".
"He needs to be fighting fit, he needs to get those round under his belts".
He replied: "No comment", adding: "I'm a boxer, I'm not interested in politics or anything else".
"The agenda will be Tyson's, not anybody else's - when he is ready we will be good to go". "There's nothing worse than having a mental problem".
"He only needs one punch - and unlike AJ he has got the speed and agility to throw them from anywhere".
"It hasn't been frustrating [on Joshua], I just have to congratulate the fella, he's done very well".
He said he and trainer Ben Davison have been "working very, very hard, seven days a week" to build up fitness after Fury piled on weight during his lay-off.