Tyson Fury Agrees to Fight Anthony Joshua In September: Boxing News: Tyson Fury has posted a possibility of a boxing match between…
Tyson Fury Agrees to Fight Anthony Joshua In September: Boxing News: Tyson Fury has posted a possibility of a boxing match between him and Antony Joshua in September, on his Instagram account. The fight between the two fighters has been talked about for a long time. Finally, Tyson Fury sent Anthony a draft contract this week. Follow Boxing News Updates with Insidesport.IN
Last year the negotiations collapsed leading to disappointment in the fans, this year they resumed the talks and negotiations with hopes to make one of the biggest fights in the history of British boxing possible. The fight if fixed shall happen in the UK this autumn.
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Fury has already shown his interest in the bout, now it is up to Anthony to accept the deal to make the fight happen. He has taken this to his Instagram account as he posted a post with the caption:
“A few days ago I sent a draft contract to Anthony Joshua for a fight in September at Wembley Stadium it’s a fight that everyone wants to see including myself. Come off AJ let’s give the world 🌎 what they want to see. This time I’m not gonna make a million vids & keep putting pressure on. the ball is now on your side.”
To this fans have also suspected the possibility of the fight saying “Did you give him 15 min deadline to sign it?”, while someone else said, “ Lemme guess, the contract stipulates a 70/30 split and no rematch clause. I have full confidence this fight will be agreed”.
Tyson Fury Agrees to Fight Anthony Joshua In September, Boxing Fans React- ’70/30 Split and No Rematch Clause’
Fury, who hasn’t competed since defeating Derek Chisora in December 2022, is eager to return to the ring this summer.
You’ll recall that Fury (33-0-1, 24 KO) and Joshua (25-3, 22 KO) had nonsense talks late last year for a December fight, which Fury bailed on and instead went to Derek Chisora for a third fight nobody really desired, but did sell some tickets and all that, to be fair.
While this was going on, Joshua competed in April, defeating Jermaine Franklin on points in his debut match under new trainer Derrick James.
With a potential rematch with Dillian Whyte in August, the two-time world champion is also eager to fight this summer.
Hopefully, the fight takes place this year, because, with the given month which is in September, it might again be only talks and no show similar to what the fighters pulled off last year.
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