WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has thrown out some fresh jabs in the direction of his division rival, Anthony Joshua.

In a recent interview, Joshua threw out the idea of using his management company to guide the career of Fury.

"I do think [Fury] should come over to Matchroom and 258 Management and let us handle his career. He's a superstar, he's a superstar in the making with the right management. He could go all the way," Joshua told Daily Mail.

But Joshua's comments seemed to agitate Fury, who fired back on Monday.

"Anthony Joshua, has it ever dawned on you I'm not interested in being a superstar, or famous. I'm a fighting man and only interested in smashing your face in, you keep the stardom, I'll stay real, you big dosser. I'm coming for you superstar, tick tock tick tock," Fury stated.

Fury and Joshua have agreed in principle on the financial terms to fight each other in 2021.

Joshua will first have to overcome his mandatory defense on Saturday night at the SSE Arena in Wembley, when he defends his WBO, IBF, IBO, WBA heavyweight titles against Kubrat Pulev, who shares the same promoter as Fury in Top Rank.

Pulev was scheduled to face Joshua in October 2017, but he was forced to withdraw after suffering a shoulder injury in training camp. He was replaced by Carlos Takam, who Joshua stopped.

They were then scheduled to collide in June of this year, with the event being pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Fury was going to return on December 5th in a stay-busy fight against Agit Kabayel. The ring return was pushed back by Fury, who plans to return in the first half of next year. He may bypass the stay-busy appearance and head directly to a unification with Joshua.