Joshua & Tyson Agree On Biggest Fight In British Boxing History


Professional boxer Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua biggest fight:


Professional boxer Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua agree on the biggest fight in British boxing history.

The current holder of heavyweight belts, the boxers have agreed on financial terms for the highly-anticipated showdown.

Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury are likely to be regarded as the biggest fight in the history of British boxing that Bill has agreed to a heavyweight showdown.

Born in Joshua, Watford and Manchester, Tyson Fury is the current heavyweight belt holder in the world.

Joshua promoter Eddie Heron told Sky Sports on Wednesday that both camps of fighters have agreed with both sides.

Anger later said in a video message on Twitter: "The biggest fight in the history of British boxing has just been agreed. Get there, my son!"

He added that the first fight would be "the biggest fight of all time in British boxing" and continued: "It doesn't get bigger and there will never be another big fight in our generation."

The exact date and venue have not been finalized and the agreement has not been signed, but Horn said the parties have agreed on financial terms.

However, he acknowledged that "there is still a long way to go", as both boxers have fought in the first row. Joshi plans to fight Donte Wilder for the third time before fighting Joshua

Tyson Fury's promoter Bob Arum said Monday that his fighter Wilder's third contest was "es" after claiming the American had crossed the WBC belt with a seventh-round stop in February.

Arum, the chief executive of the top-ranked campaign agency, said they aim to fight Wilder in November or December.

He added that only then would Tyson Fury turn his attention to WBA, IBF and WBO titleholder Joshua. Tyson Fury also has a mandatory title defence against Dillian White.

Joshua is set to fight compulsory IBF challenger Kubrat Pulev this year. Both camps are keen to fight in packed venues, which is not possible today due to coronavirus restrictions.

The Tyson Fury vs. Wilder rematch match drew salespeople in Las Vegas who set a record of 17 million (13 million) for Direct Gate, which is different from per-view.


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