TYSON FURY has sent a roaring message to his heavyweight rivals and claims he owns the lot of them.
The unbeaten Gypsy King is still the WBC champion despite announcing his retirement.
And he was quick to remind the division that he is still the top dog.
Fury, 33, said: “I’m the f***ing best, I’m the f***ing best, I’m the best there ever was, the best there ever was, I’m the f***ing boss.”
Fury then ended his song and added: “I’m the f***ing boss. Heavyweights – I own those motherf***ers.”
Fury announced his retirement in April after knocking out Dillian Whyte, 34, at Wembley.
But he remains linked with a comeback to fight either Joshua, 32, or Oleksandr Usyk, 35, who rematch on August 20 in Saudi Arabia.
Talk of an exhibition bout with Game of Thrones star and ex-world’s strongest man Hafthor Bjornsson, 33, has also surfaced.
And promoter Eddie Hearn even claimed Fury’s team reached out to Derek Chisora, 38, for a bizarre trilogy despite his 2011 and 2014 wins.
David Ghansa of 258 MGT told The Independent: “Tyson’s team have indeed reached out to us about a potential fight towards the end of the year.
“And we have held initial discussions with more talks to be scheduled in due course.
“It would be a massive fight for the UK if we can make it happen, and a fight that we have seen sells very well in the past.
“I think that fight sells out a stadium in a pre-Christmas cracker.”