'He's a bum, ' 'he's a dosser, ' two phrases that are sure to come out of Tyson Fury's mouth when he's verbally sparring with an opponent ahead of a big fight and something you wouldn't be totally surprised to hear him say about Anthony Joshua after his defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr.
Joshua's next date in the ring is likely to come around November when he'll take on Ruiz Jr in a rematch and try and win back his three versions of the world heavyweight title.
Britain's ex-world heavyweight champion Fury meets undefeated German Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas at about 04:00 BST on Sunday, live on BBC Radio 5 Live. Finished. Ask any top trainer who has been around the sport a lifetime.
"Everybody thought that man could beat me".
Here's what Ruiz recently said to Fighthub about wanting $50 million to fight AJ in the UK: "If they want me to go over there, they've got to give me $50 million dollars".
Heavyweight boxing champion Andy Ruiz Jr didn't need to raise a drop of moisture on his body before taking ownership of the latest addition to his rapidly increasing collection of belts. In what world could he ever beat me?
"Wow that's an incredible attitude, I said 'for me, we don't know if boxing in America was a disadvantage to you, boxing in the United Kingdom will be an advantage for you'".
The 40-year-old said that after the fight Joshua told him that his "senses weren't there" after receiving a blow to the side of his head.
Fury added: "Physically Joshua could out-train everyone".
"Boxing isn't rocket science and today people are trying to make it a scientist thing".
Wilder and Fury fought to a draw in Los Angeles in December after an epic 12-round battle at the Staples Center.
"Does Deontay Wilder have anything to bother me?"