Recall that the Nigerian born boxer only recently retrieved his world heavy weight titles from Andy Ruiz Jr in December. He had lost them to the Mexican six months earlier.
But after being knocked out in their first meeting – and boxing on the back foot in the rematch – Fury believes Joshua no longer sends chills through the division.
“Everyone has to do whatever they have to do to win a fight,” he said.
“I don’t think any of the fighters out there in the world are worried about AJ anymore, his bubble has well and truly been burst.
“No one is bothered about AJ anymore and they won’t be about Wilder either, when I burst his bubble too.”
It might be a while before Fury gets to battle it out with AJ however, for now he is preparing for his rematch with Deontay Wilder on Saturday week.