TYSON FURY has told fight kings Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao that he would bash them up at the same time. Mayweather and Pacquiao are on the brink of announcing a ??200 million showdown which would be the richest fight of all time.
That sort of mind-boggling cash is something the Manchester traveller can only dream of as he closes in on a world heavyweight title fight.
British, European and WBO international champ Fury said: "I couldn't really care about that fight because it is five years out of date.
"It is like me fighting Superman. Who is bothered about it? Nobody.
"If it had happened three of four years ago it was big. It was on everybody's mind. To be honest I am not interested in these ten stone fighters.
"They say they're the pound-for-pound best, but I would beat both together with one hand tied behind my back.
Fury, 26, risks his mandatory position for Wladimir Klitschko's WBO title when he face Hamburg's Christian Hammer at London's O2 Arena on February 28 - a fight being screened LIVE on BoxNation.
He will get a crack at that title later this year. The WBO will order negotiations after Klitschko defends against Bryant Jennings in New York on April 25.
If they fail to agree terms inside 30 days, the fight for Fury to face the Ukrainian who also holds the IBF and WBA belts will go to purse bids, or Klitschko will be forced to ditch the WBO crown.
Fury, unbeaten in 23 fights, added; "they were trying to make the fight in Cardiff for April, but we couldn't agree terms.
"I think he was looking for an excuse not to fight me and I know in my heart he will not fight me no matter what my trainer Peter Fury and promoters tell me.
"I met him and saw fear in his eyes. I believe that I will end up fighting for the vacant title."