John Fury says he would beat Mike Tyson as he talks about the big fight between Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou

John Fury has explained how he would beat Mike Tyson.

And he hopes to secure a deal after talking up a potential huge fight against the American on the undercard of Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou.

Fight fans are waiting for October 28th with bated breath as world heavyweight boxing champion Fury and UFC legend Ngannou take to the ring in Saudi Arabia.

The exhibition clash will confirm who the best fighter on the planet is.

And both men are training their socks off to be in the best shape possible.

Fury is continuing to work with SugarHill Steward, while also employing strength and conditioning coach Kristian Blacklock.

As for Ngannou, he has hired legendary boxer Tyson to guide him to victory.

But Fury’s dad John is hoping to arrange a late fight on his son’s undercard against Iron Mike.

And the Gypsy King’s father is confident of victory.

He said: “I’m definitely not teasing. I want to fight him.

“Win, lose or draw, I will fight Mike Tyson, don’t you worry about that. I know the Saudis can make it happen.

“I had eight wins, I beat the Italian heavyweight champ, he was six foot seven, 18 stone, I beat him, the man who beat Tyson.

“Kevin McBride stopped Tyson Michael Murray stopped McBride and I stopped Murray. So I am in with a chance.

“He’s f****d and I’m f****d, but I think that I am in a little bit of a better condition than him and I know that I am every bit as strong as him.

“If he chins me, he chins me, but I’ll try and chin him also.”

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