TYSON FURY has laid into heavyweight rivals Anthony Joshua and Anthony Joshua in an extraordinary rant in which he told the two boxers to "suck his balls".
The Gypsy King is currently preparing for a second comeback fight against Francesco Pianeta in Belfast on August 18.
However, taking to Twitter, the former heavyweight champion had his sights firmly set on Joshua, Wilder and the ongoing talk of a potential fight against either of the pair.
"I keep hearing [Deontay] Wilder saying if he doesn't fight [Anthony] Joshua he'll fight Fury and Joshua saying if he doesn't fight Wilder he'll fight Fury," he said in the clip.
"You know what you can go and do, suck my balls you pair of bums.
"You think I'm a dosser for somebody do you? Live your own life, fight your own people and crack on.
"I'll fight you when I'm ready, not on your time - on my time.
"You're a pair of bums and I'm the lineal champion, always remember that - dossers [is] what you are.
"See you in a bit, fight each other and stop being a pair of s*** houses and that'll decipher who gets to challenge the Lineal heavyweight champion, being me.
"Remember that, bums, peace out now, have a good training camp and grow a set of nuts, thank-you very much and good evening."
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) July 26, 2018
It's the second clip Fury has posted online in the past few days, following on from another video in which he branded Joshua a "disgrace" to boxing.
Fury said: "I think it's such a sad time for heavyweight boxing because you've got the so called super champion and golden boy Anthony Joshua and he's avoiding Deontay Wilder and will not fight him at any cost.
"If you're not going to fight someone for £40million, you're not going to fight them for anything.
"It's a disgrace and he's [Joshua] a disgrace to boxing."
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) July 23, 2018
Fury is facing a potentially tricky encounter with the 6ft 5in Pieneta next month, having cruised to victory on his first comeback fight against Seferi Seferi, who pulled out after four rounds.
Defeat Pieneta, however, and the talk of a fight against one of Wilder or Joshua is likely to start all over again.