Former super middleweight champion Carl Froch is not paying too much attention on Tyson Fury's recent callout of Anthony Joshua.

Last Friday, the WBC heavyweight champion took to social media and advised his followers that a contract was sent to Joshua for a September fight at Wembley Stadium in London.

Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hearn, would deny that a contract was sent, but he did confirm that Fury's handlers reached out to make a deal for September.

Over the last few years, Fury has been involved in several failed negotiations. He was unable to get a fight with Joshua over the line in 2021 and 2022. Last year, the two sides were unable to agree on certain items like the actual date of the fight.

And most recently, Fury failed to reach an agreement with WBO, IBF, IBO, WBA champion Oleksandr Usyk for an undisputed fight in April. The two sides were unable to agree on the financial terms for the rematch.

Froch would rather see Fury stay quiet and allow any future negotiations to get finalized before the talking begins.

"I'm starting to get a little bit wound up. I’m good friends with him, I’ve got a lot of respect for him, what a great fighter he is, but it’s getting to the point now where I’m getting bored of his nonsense," Froch stated on his Youtube channel.

"He’s now sent a contract, although Eddie Hearn has denied it, to Anthony Joshua saying ‘let’s get this fight on’. We can’t just all sing to the Tyson Fury tune of ‘I’ve sent a contract, I want to fight somebody, let’s make it happen’, because it’s not realistic. Let the promoters do their job, let them get together and sort it out."