'You're a little b***h! – Tyson Fury involved in FURIOUS spat with pundit Simon Jordan over Oleksandr Usyk negotiations | The Sun

TYSON FURY has found himself in a furious row with sports pundit Simon Jordan – who has poked fun at his failed drug test.

The Gypsy King was on the receiving end of a scathing rant from the talkSPORT presenter following his latest demand – the forgoing of a rematch clause – for his undisputed heavyweight title fight with Oleksandr Usyk.

The WBC heavyweight champ didn't take kindly to Jordan's comments, saying on Instagram while huffing and puffing on the cross-trainer: "To all the haters out there, a massive f**k you!

"Because I got 70 per cent of the undisputed heavyweight championship [purse].

"Simon Jordan, you're a little b***h. No wonder you lost £100million, you b***h.

"Wrong business, you little sausage."


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It didn't take long for Jordan to get wind of Fury's expletive-laden jibe, which he responded to with a dig at his failed drug test in 2015.

He said: "You're a walking contradiction, never pay your bets, boar meat you scoffed down with nandrolone.

"Most of the time we say, 'Best heavyweight in the world.'

"But a bit of criticism and you rant. Get over it, get on with the fight."

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Jordan later added: "He's a wally, isn't he? Never mind Gypsy King, he's the gormless king, he tagged Simon Cowell.

"He's feeble-minded sometimes. Bottom line he's right, he got 70/30, I did lose a bunch of money, but he's a bit of a berk, isn't he?"

Fury, 34, tested positive for elevated levels of the banned anabolic steroid nandrolone following his stoppage victory over Christian Hammer.

Cousin Hughie also tested positive for the performance-enhancing drug, which both men denied intentionally taking.

The duo attributed their positive tests to eating uncastrated wild boar and were retroactively handed two-year bans from UKAD in December 2017.

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Fury shed some light on the saga in his autobiography, Behind The Mask.

He said: "The issue of the raised level of nandrolone came in a test in February 2015, but I wasn’t made aware of possible charges against me until long after that.

“The body naturally produces nandrolone but mine had a high level for some reason.

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"I can categorically state, however, that I have never taken any performance-enhancing drugs and never will."

Fury's historic undisputed showdown with Usyk is currently hanging on a knife edge, with the Ukrainian's promoter adamant the fight won't come to fruition for the proposed April 29 date.

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