Wladimir Klitschko believes Tyson Fury is nothing more than a ‘fart in the wind’ and predicts Anthony Joshua would have no issue beating the heavyweight. Fury announced his comeback from a two-year exile from fighting last week and will compete for the first time since beating Klitschko in November 2015. Klitschko lost his world titles to Fury, but the heavyweight subsequently served a back-dated two-year doping ban that kept him out of the ring. With Fury now permitted to fight again, fans have been excitedly predicting if the former unified champion will take on the current king of the heavyweights, Joshua. AJ owns three of the major world titles, and although he is less experienced than Fury, Klitschko believes he is the obvious favourite in that match-up. ‘Hands down Joshua. He is getting to be the complete fighter. Technically, size-wise, weight-wise, power-wise. And he is a good learner. ‘The other guy [Fury], like a fart in the wind it is there and it is gone. In the history of boxing there are a lot of examples of this kind of guy. ‘They can be successful for a time but are not disciplined enough to continue to be successful. ‘I wish Tyson well but I think there is a lack of discipline there, and discipline is more important than motivation. ‘Drawing from my experience I would say it is going to be very difficult for Tyson because there’s that lack of discipline.’ Klitschko fought and lost to Joshua last year in what was an unofficial crowning of the new king of the heavyweights. Joshua peeled himself off the canvas to claim the WBA (Super) strap and send Klitschko into retirement. Fury makes his return on June 9 in Manchester against an unnamed opponent and is determined to win back one of his belts before the end of the year.