The boxing fraternity is eagerly awaiting the epic British encounter between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury. The yet-to-be-scheduled fight is dominating boxing news headlines and has the potential to shape the future of the heavyweight division. As such, the hype around the bout is unmatched, and fans are keeping their eyes and ears peeled for any information whatsoever.
In the past couple of months, this fight has made some prolific progress in terms of contracts, fight purses, and more. Recently, ‘AJ’ took it to his Twitter handle and lured the fans with a piece of exciting news on the same.
He wrote, “Another positive meeting with @258mgt. They’ve informed me things are shaping up nicely. They will be sharing the update with Eddie and you’ll be hearing from me soon,”
This tweet gained a cosmic chunk of joyful reactions from fans, who were keen on receiving an update on the same.
Both Joshua and Fury‘s promotions have worked extremely hard to iron out all the possibilities for this fight. They want to stage this bout in the biggest possible way so that it is memorable as well as profitable to all the parties involved.
In fact, a few weeks back, ‘AJ’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, sent the first draft of the contract to Bob Arum and his team for further developments. Overall, this fight is moving swiftly outside the ring. Hence, in the next few weeks, details of this contest might get rolled out.
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Anthony Joshua or Tyson Fury? Who leaves the ring as the undisputed heavyweight king?
Anthony Joshua and the ‘Gypsy King’ rank themselves among the most charismatic heavyweights of all time. The Brit duo separates themselves from the rest of the division with their unmatched skill-sets and ring management abilities.
Over the past decade, fans have seen the astonishing weapons at their disposal, which has made it hard to pick which way this intriguing fight will go. Both champions will present their best selves in the ring in unarguably their biggest career bout yet as the winner will be the face of heavyweight boxing for this era.
Given Joshua’s tweet, it is unlikely that this fight will join the boxing dream clash scrapheap.
What do you make of the latest development?