Joshua was unable to counter the superior boxing abilities of Usyk as he suffered his second skilled defeat to lose his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO titles on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium over the weekend.
“I do not see it taking place now,” WBC titleholder Fury’s promoter Warren advised the BBC.
“The unification struggle was there, such an enormous struggle. Heartbreaking.”
A rematch towards Usyk would give Joshua the possibility to win again his belts however Warren mentioned the “weak” Londoner could be no match for Fury even when they did struggle.
“Usyk is an effective fighter, he boxed extraordinarily properly. However Joshua is so weak. He is been like that for ages,” he added.
“They’ll speak all they need about rematches … Even when he was to beat Usyk, what’s Tyson Fury going to do to Joshua? You’d have your own home on Tyson beating him.”
Fury faces Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas subsequent month after signing a contract to struggle the American for a 3rd time.