By Aaron Stokes, courtesy of The Daily Star
TYSON FURY and Tony Bellew traded blows as the pair continue to tease fans over a potential future heavyweight clash.
Fury, who has not boxed since beating Wladimir Klitschko back in 2015, is planning to return to the ring if he regains his license with the British Boxing Board of Control.
The 29-year-old was accused of using banned steroid nandrolone back in February of that year.
He also refused to give a random urine sample when testers showed up to his house in September 2016.
Meanwhile, Bellew jumped up to the heavyweight division and got the better of an injured David Haye earlier this year.
Talk has now turned of the two competitors meeting in the future.
And Fury has had his say on the matter.
"Bellew? I quaking in my boots. I don't know what weight division he is, light-heavyweight, cruiserweight, heavyweight, what is he?" Fury said on the Sky Sports show, Soccer PM.
"It's alright calling out someone my size but you've actually got to be big enough to get in there and fight somebody my size.
"Tony is very vocal on wanting to fight me 'Stavros Flatley', me looking like a very fat man of course, but talking is one thing, signing contracts is another thing.
"I did say that if Tony Bellew signs a contract then it will be a ceiling job and that means an uppercut, and bang he hits the roof.
"They may call you the bomber, but unless you have an atomic bomb then 'The Furious One' will annihilate you."
Bellew wasn't present during the interview but was listening intently on a large screen being projected into the Sky studio.
And the Bomber did not mince his words when responding, firing back with some fiery insults of his own.
"Get that hearing over and done and I will get past the Hayefaker once again like I did the last time, and then I'm good to meet you head-on big fella, no problem," he replied.
"I will hit that Desperate Dan chin so hard it won't get up like it did against Steve Cunningham.
"Everyone is running from you, everyone is scared of you, but I ain't son.
"I'll be going right at you. We both have a few obstacles to get over.
"I have to get rid of the other fella (Haye) and Tyson's got a few issues going on.
"When all is said and done I have a lot of respect for Tyson Fury, the man can ultimately fight very well.
"Everyone is going on about he fighting a really big heavyweight, he's not the biggest one-punch fighter but comes with a very different set of skills, very awkward, very classy for a big man, and I have to overcome that."
Bellew was all set to face Haye for the second time later this month before the Hayemaker pulled out with an injury.
The fight has been rescheduled for May 2018.
Fury is set to learn his anti-doping fate early this week.