The previous month Tyson Fury announced his comeback, and rumors instantly burst out on who he would face.
The boxer was pictured along with Tony Bellew right after the Liverpudlian conquered David Haye – spurring claims they would face off in an all-English bout.
Boxing fans hope for a thrilling match-up against his rival – Anthony Joshua.
The counterparts were set to take on each other back in 2013 before Tyson Fury pulled out.
Charr reminded Fury of his intention to box again, and Charr was here for this, with the number 6 in the WBA ranking, he was ready to fight. That chat took place at a function, Germany.
Fury replied that he was eager to fight him at any time, calling him “diamond boy”, but stressed that Charr turned to be too small to take on him. He added that he would 100% fight Charr once he got back.
Soon, the exchange got heated because the pair started pushing each other.
By the way, Fury has faced a slew of issues since his previous fight against Wladimir Klitschko, November 2015.