Man Utd legend Roy Keane blasts 'irritating' Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury and claims he doesn't like boxers

MANCHESTER UNITED legend Roy Keane has branded Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua as 'irritating' as he spoke of his dislike of the pair.

The Irish icon hit out at the British duo as he declared that he isn't a fan of their trash talk.


Keane was speaking of the world champions to former Red Devils team-mate Gary Nevvile.

And he declared that WBA, WBO and WBC champion AJ and WBC king Fury are both as bad as each other.

Speaking on 'The Overlap', Keane, 50, was asked by Neville who he prefers out of Fury and Joshua ahead of a potential dust-up between them in 2022.

Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn revealed last month that an undisputed title fight could take place in late January or February.

But that would only happen should Joshua beat Oleksandr Usyk on September 25, while the Gypsy King defends his belt against Deontay Wilder on October 9.

Commenting on the boxers, Keane remarked: "I don't like any of them, that heavyweight stuff is irritating me – Too much talk.

“None of them, they both irritate me. I'm not picking any of them, honestly.”

Manchester City fans and former Oasis frontmen Liam and Noel Gallagher didn't escape Keane's wrath either.

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Keane stated the brothers irritate him as much as Joshua and Fury.

He added: “They both get on my nerves, like the two boxers.”

The seven-time Premier League winner also declared he was a better player than rival Patrick Vieira, and that team-mate Peter Schmeichel was overrated.

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