ANDhe fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua is already a reality. The 258MGT company announced via social media that, on behalf of Joshua, ha
ANDhe fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua is already a reality. The 258MGT company announced via social media that, on behalf of Joshua, has accepted “all the terms presented to us by the Fury team for the fight on December 3.”
Now they are waiting for Fury to finally know. Although the Negotiations were put on hold due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Frank Warren, Fury’s promoter, already replied to 258MGT’s tweet with a terse: “The contract will be with you very soon.”
Eddie Hearn, promoter of Anthony Joshua, had already announced that the offer would be accepted and that Fury managed three dates and places for the fight: on December 17 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff (Wales), on November 26 at Wembley Stadium in London and on December 3. also at Principality Stadium. Fury will have booked Old Trafford for November 12, but that Joshua’s team thought the fight would be too soon on that date.
Fury responded to these statements stating that he only contemplated two dates: November 26 at Wembley or December 3 at Cardiff, ruling out December 17.
Anthony Joshua: from losing to Usyk to fighting Fury
Shortly after Joshua’s loss to Oleksandr Usyk, Tyson Fury had challenged his compatriot to a match before the end of 2022.. “I know you just lost a fight with Usyk, I would like to give you the opportunity to fight me for the WBC world heavyweight championship in the next couple of months,” ‘Gipsy King’ reported.
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Joshua answered Fury to show his willingness to get in the ring: “Yes, calm down. It will be ready in December”. Following Joshua’s response, Fury finalized the financial offer: “I offered 60-40. 40 percent of this incredible fight because I want it to take place. Now you have no excuse not to take it, you can’t say I’ve lowered it or offered you 20 percent. Take it or leave it, let us know.”
Now Joshua has given the fight the green light by accepting Fury’s offer Oleksandr Usyk’s decision, after retaining their champion belts (WBA, WBO, IBF) against Joshua, not getting in the ring in the remainder of 2022 put on pause the possible heavyweight unification match between the Ukrainian and Fury. This motivated the British to have looked for other candidates to put his belt into play. And Joshua has been his first choice