- Tyson Fury wants his world heavyweight fight with Anthony Joshua to be held in Nigeria
- The self-titled 'Gypsy king' has renamed himself the 'Nigerian nightmare' ahead of his bout
- The Briton defeated former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko to win the IBO, IBF and WBO titles
- Fury, was a former world champion who had his belts stripped, after admitting to taking a substance
Former World Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has vowed to beat current champion Anthony Joshua in front of 180,000 Nigerians.
The Gypsy King had earlier claimed he is more Nigerian than Joshua saying he is more Nigerian than Joshua saying "I’m more Nigerian than you! I’ll fly the flag for Nigeria when we fight."
Now the former champion has taken his talk to another level saying his fight with Joshua might not hold at Wembley as Lagos, Nigeria is an option.
Talking to iFilmTV, Fury said: “[The AJ fight] might be in Nigeria in Lagos, I’ve heard they’ve got a 180,000-seater there.
“So considering I’m the ‘Nigerian Nightmare’ now then we’ll go over there.
“Or it could be in Ireland at Croke Park, that holds a lot of people or it could be at Wembley, you never know.”
Fury had his IBO, IBF and WBO belts stripped and licence suspended after he admitted taking a substance. He defeated Wladimir Klitschko to win the belts.
He has earmarked a September return to the ring - and wants a crack at the IBO, IBF and WBO heavyweight champ.
On the other hand, NAIJ.com recently visited the family house of boxing king Anthony Joshua in Sagamu, Ogun state Nigeria;