Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua is now in danger. AJ missed Fury’s deadline on Monday, 26 September at 5 pm to sign the contract. Yesterday’s positive meeting between Team Joshua and Team Fury was successful. They are still in negotiations for the fight, but Fury seems to have lost patience and wants to fight another person. Really what has happened is Fury wants to make a general ass out of himself to get more attention as usual with Fury.
Fury calling Joshua out on social media three weeks ago and AJ accepting the fight immediately, it seems like boxing fans are in for a treat. Fury vs Joshua is reportedly scheduled for the Principality Stadium in Wales on December 3.
Boxing fans were hoping for a big heavyweight title fight between two of the best fighters in Britain’s money division. However, this seems unlikely. Tyson Fury insists that the fight has been cancelled after giving Anthony Joshua a deadline of Friday 26 September at 5 pm to sign the contract.
Although it was unlikely that Joshua would sign the contract within such a short time frame, the former heavyweight champion of the world is still keen to fight. Joshua took to social media to share a rap video, knowing that Fury was unlikely to sign the contract by Fury’s deadline. He said that Fury should wait while Team Joshua worked out the details of the contract.
Although ‘The Gypsy King” seemed to be very frustrated with Joshua, there were reportedly some positive talks between them. Representatives of Queensberry Promotions, Matchroom Boxing and Joshua met yesterday (Monday 26th September) and seemed to have had positive discussions about Fury vs Joshua.
There are only minor details that need to be worked out. A purse split of 60/40 for ‘The Gypsy King’ was agreed on a fortnight ago. December 3rd seems to have been agreed upon as the date.
Both teams seem to be trying very hard to win the fight, but Fury is the one calling it off. Wish is normal as Fury will try anything to get more attention. If this fight doesn’t come off the fault will lie with Tyson Fury.
Joshua missed Fury’s deadline yesterday at 5 pm, so ‘The Gypsy King’ took to social media immediately, insisting that the fight would not take place now. Fury feels AJ has lost the opportunity to fight for the WBC world heavyweight title.
Fury insists that Joshua missed the deadline. There are no extensions, and Fury vs Joshua is not happening now.
Yesterday, Fury posted this message to Anthony Joshua on Instagram. He stated that he would not continue the fight.
It is impossible to predict the next step in these roller-coaster contract negotiations. However, one thing is certain: British boxing fans still want to see Fury vs Joshua on December 3rd. Let’s hope that the teams can agree and that the fight is announced within the next few weeks.
Although it is impossible to predict what will happen, boxing fans want to see Fury vs Joshua on December 3rd at the Principality Stadium in Wales.
Outside of Britain, Fury vs Usyk is the actual fight that should be made as Joshua is coming off two losses to Usyk. Fury seems to be going for the money instead of fighting Usyk.
He is now talking about fighting Manuel Charr instead; if that happens, it will show that Fury is just looking for an easy fight. Charr has not been relevant in a long time and the fight would be a mismatch.
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