Boxing legend George Foreman believes Tyson Fury will defeat Anthony Joshua in their upcoming unification bout.
Fury is undefeated in 31 bouts and currently holds the WBC and Ring Magazine title while Joshua is the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion.
Foreman, the oldest man to win the heavyweight title at 45, is expecting Fury to have too much for his London rival.
"That boy Tyson Fury, you're going to have to bring everything you've got to beat him.
"And I'm going to be honest with you, I just cannot see Joshua beating him. But I sure would buy some tickets to see what would happen, I'm that curious about it," he told IFL TV.
"But that Tyson Fury man, woooh, Fury - I mean, how did he get the name?"
Fury last fought in 2020, defeating Deontay Wilder via knockout in the seventh round.
Since his dismantling of Wilder, the "Bronze Bomber" has accused Fury of having loaded gloves, getting his water spiked and questioned as to why Mark Breland threw the white towel in during their rematch.
"Big George" has sympathy for Wilder and admitted himself to throwing accusations towards Muhammad Ali after his Rumble in the Jungle defeat.
"When I lost to Muhammad Ali in Africa all those years back, the ropes were loose, someone put something in my water, it was too early in the morning - oh, the excuses went on," Foreman said.
"You've got to have excuses when you lose, especially when you're undefeated. You can't just say, 'I lost'. You can't say that. And that's gravity, that's putting yourself solidly down to make an excellent comeback."