The war of words continue to erupt between former world champions Tyson Fury and Tony Bellew.
A few days ago, Bellew explained that Fury was in no way ready to face him - and he also vowed to end Fury in quicker fashion than last month's rematch with David Haye.
"Tyson Fury is not ready for me in any way, shape or form. I don't care what kind of version you give me. I've seen the best of him against Steve Cunningham and he was flat on his back. When I put someone on their back, they don't get away with it. They stay down. I'm very happy that Tyson Fury is back. The heavyweight division is buzzing again, but understand me, I will end it for you, not a problem at all," Bellew told Sky Sports.
Fury returned to the ring two weeks ago in Manchester, when he stopped Sefer Seferi in a four round mismatch.
It was Fury's first bout since stunning Wladimir Klitschko back in November of 2015 in Germany.
Fury is now scheduled to return to the ring on August 18th in Belfast. The opponent has yet to be confirmed.
As far as Bellew, Fury is not taking his taunts seriously - but he intends to do a number on him when they eventually see each other face to face.
“There's no legs to it. Tony Bellew doesn't have any world titles. Does he have anything that I need?” Fury told iFL TV.
"What am I gaining through beating him? Am I gaining anything at all? He's a smaller guy, people expect me to win anyway. Listen I am not gonna fight Tony Bellew why would I want to fight Tony Bellew? He has nothing that I want, at all. But what I am gonna do to Tony Bellew is punch him in the mouth when I see him. Let’s see if he can be cheeky to my face.
"I think Tony Bellew is a sh*thouse. I want to slap him in the teeth until he starts crying. If you’re watching, meet me up any time, any place, anywhere and me and you will have a straightener. If you’re serious. If it's just for a pay-day, I'll let you off. But if you’re serious about fighting me, I'll fight you out here for free. Boom!”