All is set for Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury Fight In December 30
Anthony Joshua’s camp has stated that they accepted the terms proposed by Tyson Fury’s team ahead of a prospective bout on December 3.
Joshua’s 258 Management and Matchroom said on social media that contact had been suspended owing to Queen Elizabeth II’s death, and that they were waiting for a response.
Fury’s promoter, Frank Warren, has subsequently responded, saying, “Contract will be with you very shortly.”
Fury recently challenged Joshua to a long-awaited all-British fight, offering the two-time world champion a 60-40 split when it was revealed that a potential undisputed rematch with Oleksandr Usyk would most likely have to wait until 2023.
The 34-year-old first mentioned November 26 at Wembley or December 3 at Cardiff as possible bout dates.
The Gypsy King celebrated his return to the UK by knocking out Dillian Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley in April. He then reiterated his intention to retire before telling the WBC at the end of the previous month that he planned to pick up boxing again.
Joshua, who lost to Usyk by split decision in their rematch last month, debuted this week at No. 6 in the WBC rankings.