Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury to hold soon after Former Champion accepts challenge (PHOTO)

Anthony Joshua has challenged former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury to step up to fight him.
Joshua stopped Klitschko in the 11th round after a blistering fight between the two heavyweight boxers at Wembley on Saturday.
Fury earlier congratulated Joshua on Twitter and told the Watford-born fighter 'let's dance'
Fury had earlier tweeted to Joshua congratulating him on the victory and appearing to indicate he was keen on fighting his compatriot.
In the post-fight interview after he defeated Wladimir Klitschko with an 11th-round stoppage, Joshua called out his fellow Brit.

Following a show of respect to his defeated opponent Klitschko, Joshua looked ahead to a potential bout against Fury as he played to the crowd.
'Fury, Tyson Fury, where you at baby?' Joshua shouted.


Responding to the roars from the 90,000-strong Wembley crowd in attendance, Joshua added: 'Come on is that what you want to see? I enjoy fighting, I love fighting.

'Tyson Fury, I know he's been talking a lot and he wants to come back and compete - I want to give 90,000 people the chance to watch another night of boxing,' he said.

'I just want to fight everyone I'm really enjoying this right now'.
And later on twitter Fury responded to Joshua, saying he accepts the challenge.

Fury tweeted: 'Anthony Joshua challenge accepted. We will give the world the biggest fight in 500 years.

'I will play with you, you are a boxer's dream.'

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