Anthony Joshua Vs Tyson Fury Fight Date, Time
Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua allegedly signed a two-fight deal with all the very first fight scheduled for summer time.
The mega-bout involving Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua has moved nearer to fruition as the two heavyweight champions signed contracts because of their face-off on Monday. Creator of Matchroom Sport and AJ's promoter Eddie Hearn supported the information when speaking to Sportsmail earlier, claiming that all the essential paperwork to its unification title bout was completed, exchanged and signed by the parties and boxers.
Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua Date
Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua allegedly signed a two-fight deal, together with the first fight scheduled for summer time. A date and place are yet to be finalised, together with late June or early July being the very best choices for its opening clash. The bout, which was previously scheduled to occur in the united kingdom, could happen someplace in the Middle-East, with Saudi Arabia leading the discussions.
"The agreement is for two conflicts and getting the names on contracts is a huge step. We will hopefully be in a position to confirm details on where and if in another month," Hearn added.
Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua prize money
Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury is thought to be the biggest fight in British history since this is the very first time in biblical background that each of the four names -- WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO -- will likely be at stake. It is also expected by both parties the first fight could make roughly #200 million, that is divided 50-50. However, the winner of this very first bout will get 60 per cent of the bag for the rematch.
Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua Time: Hearn on site deal
While talking to ESPN, Hearn exclaimed they will now focus on becoming fans more excited and would look to have a site deal supported by next month. "We have already had strategies from nine or eight websites.
Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua Prize Cash: Hearn did the unthinkable
The rumours of a Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua bout was going on for years, but most thought that the bout would never materialise, thinking about the compulsory challengers the stars needed. Hearn, nevertheless, made many dreams come true has started pursuing the Gypsy King, because his clash with Deontay Wilder in 2018. Hearn is now marvelling in the fact he procured the arrangements to the mega clash which he thinks will benefit the UK.