TYSON FURY has confirmed he will fight Manuel Charr if Anthony Joshua doesn't meet today's deadline for their Battle of Britain.
Fury offered his fellow Brit a championship lifeline earlier this month but their long-awaited grudge match has not yet been finalised.
The Gypsy King gave the former unified heavyweight champion a deadline of 5pm TODAY to ink the deal on the table before he would "move on" from their December dust-up.
And the Wythenshawe warrior set his sights on defending his WBC strap against former WBA (Regular) champion Charr should the domestic dust-up fail to come to fruition.
The 34-year-old backed that up today by writing on Instagram: "If he (Joshua) don't sign today, you are in big G.
"And you can show them how a real man throws down."
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Fury wrote the comment on a reshare of a video on Charr's own Instagram story.
The Lebanese-born German said: "Salam Alaikum, Tyson Fury.
"You know and I know that Anthony p***y boy will not sign the paper tomorrow.
"Take my challenge. I am ready for you."
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Fury then launched a scathing attack on Joshua, saying: "Today is D-Day, people. F***king D-Day!
"You're going to sign the contract you big p***y or are you not going to sign it?
"When [Deontay] Wilder sent me contract for Wilder one, I signed it within 24 hours because I wanted to smash his face in.
"You've had the contract for 10 days now, b***h, and you've still ain't signed it.
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"He fancies himself as a bit of a J Hussy, but really, he's just a big bodybuilding p***y!"
Fury and Joshua's long-awaited domestic dust-up is currently being targeted for December 3.
And AJ revealed on Sunday that he'll pen the lucrative deal on offer today.
He said on Instagram: "I've been signing contracts for years. It's not in my hands, it's with the legal team.
"That's why you hire lawyers. If you know the history of boxing make sure you get your legal terms right.
"That's why you got good managers and good lawyers.
"So, of course, I'm going to sign the contract. It's just with some lawyers at the minute."
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The undefeated Fury was last in action last April, knocking out Dillian Whyte in the sixth round of their Wembley war to retain his WBC crown.
Joshua, meanwhile, suffered a second successive decision defeat to unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk last month.
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