Tyson Fury maintains that Deontay Wilder was a tougher opponent than Anthony Joshua.
The gypsy king stopped the bronze bomber when the two faced each other for the second time in Las Vegas in February.
Fury forced Wilder's corner to throw in the towel in the seventh round.
It was a redemption for the 31-year-old, with many seeing his tie against the American in December 2018 as a fight he deserved to win.
Joshua is now seen as Fury's next hurdle if he wins a potential trilogy fight against Wilder.
But the gypsy king does not expect the Olympic medalist to pose a major threat after seeing him lose his undefeated record to Andy Ruiz last year.
"One hundred percent, Joshua is not dangerous. He's a cute baby," Fury told ESPN.
“Why would I believe it when he was knocked out by Andy Ruiz? A last-minute substitute opponent … who won 300 pounds or whatever, he didn't train and Anthony Joshua couldn't do anything good with him in the rematch.
"He has nothing, he cannot hold a candle to the & # 39; gypsy king & # 39 ;.
"There is only one heavyweight out there, there is only one undefeated world champion. Everyone fell into oblivion, the guy who wasn't beaten knocked them out!
"I am the only one! I -" The Gypsy King ", unbeatable, the untouchable and unbreakable champion.”
Fury also decided, after concluding that "there is not much to do", that he will continue to fight until he is 40 – nine more years.
"I will fight until I am 40," he added.
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