Tyson Fury accepts he won’t ever lose his unbeaten record, notwithstanding the approaching danger of battles against risky punchers like Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua.
Wrath shields his WBC belt against Wilder on October 9, which could at last set up an undisputed world title confrontation against Joshua.
Joshua hazards his reality titles against Oleksandr Usyk on September 25, live on Sky Sports Box Office, yet Fury has seemed to excuse the danger presented by his heavyweight rivals.
Talking in a meeting with Gary Neville’s The Overlap, which contains language some might discover hostile, Fury said, “I’ve never lost a battle. I don’t think I’ll at any point lose a battle, no. I don’t figure I will.
“I don’t believe there’s no one out there to beat me.”
Joshua has repeated his longing for a blockbuster fight, however Fury demands his British adversary’s shock misfortune to Andy Ruiz Jr is verification that he ought not look excessively far ahead at future battles.
“How might he have me now, on the off chance that I have a rematch with Wilder,” said Fury.
“The large thing is – I’ll stop for a minute they generally do – and he previously succumbed to it, Joshua.
“They talk about battles that is not occurring. Everyone needs to converse with me about the Joshua battle. They couldn’t care less with regards to the battle that I’m having.
“Out of nowhere, they need me to investigate what I’m doing and afterward get chinned. I’m laid on my back level by Wilder and he’s taking my position.”
Considering the rest of his profession, Fury said, “I’ve just got, two, three battles left, in light of the fact that there’s no more difficulties.
“They’ve all been beaten. I have Wilder next and given I get past that, then, at that point I have AJ.”
The double cross title holder additionally uncovered how he fought melancholy subsequent to satisfying his drawn out aspiration of overcoming Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.
“Before it resembled I had vanquished the world and it was nothing else that I needed to do,” said Fury.
“At the point when I was just youthful, Klitschko was a best on the planet, so I was continually taking a gander at him and when I’d finished it, it was down over for me.
“I would not like to proceed, in addition to I was insane. Going into that battle, I was exceptionally discouraged and down, and restless. I generally had that objective of beating Klitschko that kept me on the best way to live, however after that objective was detracted from me, I had nothing else that I could zero in on to give me that drive.
“It resembled an all out descending twisting and I would not like to live any longer. I was glad to pass on at 27. I was glad to complete, that was it. Nothing or no one could bring me back.
“Not my significant other and children. I couldn’t have cared less. Consistently I woke up, I simply needed to pass on. Just individuals who have experienced despondency and all that kind of stuff will get what I’m saying.”