World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is hoping to 'bladder' Anthony Joshua after he does the same to Wladimir Klitschko in their rematch.
The unbeaten Mancunian (25-0-KO18) attended Carl Frampton's super-bantamweight world title unification win over Scott Quigg at the weekend and Sky Sports was on-hand to question him on the news Joshua (15-0-KO15) will challenge Charles Martin for the IBF world title on April 9.
Fury, who watched his cousin Hosea Burton and Isaac Lowe clinch the British light-heavyweight and Commonwealth featherweight titles respectively, said: "I am going to bladder Wlad in the next fight then I am going to bladder Joshua in the next one.
"It will be huge in this country for sure. If he wins – or whoever wins – I will fight them next. I hope Joshua wins because of the money and Martin because he is such a nice guy.
"One thing I do know is when the fight happens between Joshua or Martin, I'll introduce them to big-time boxing. I will say: 'Welcome to big-time boxing' to either of them. Once I've flattened them."