Tyson Fury accepts Anthony Joshua's challenge

The world heavyweight champion called Fury out after his victory last night

Tyson Fury accepts Anthony Joshua's challenge

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Tyson Fury accepted a fight challenge from Anthony Joshua, after the latter pulled off a stunning victory in his world heavyweight title fight last night.

The undefeated Joshua overcame Wladimir Klitschko, with a clinical 11th round stoppage in Wembley Arena.

After the fight, he made a public appeal to Tyson Fury, asking him to be his next opponent.

Speaking on Sky Sports, he said:

"Tyson Fury, where you at baby? Come on, we're here man. I enjoy fighting, I love fighting. Tyson Fury, I know he's been talking a lot, he wants to come back and compete. I want to give 90,000 people another chance to witness a lovely night of boxing. I just want to fight everyone and I'm really enjoying this right now."

Fury, who also defeated Klitschko in 2015, is also undefeated in the professional ranks, but has surrendered his world heavyweight titles in order to address his mental health problems. In recent days, he said he is targeting a return to the ring in July.

Fury is without a boxing license, and the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) maintains that he must provide medical records to prove his fitness.

Fury remains active on social media, and he took to Twitter last night, to accept Joshua's invitation to fight.