Anthony Joshua & Tyson Fury Agree Terms On Heavyweight Unification Fight

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

3 Mar 2021

Anthony Joshua Vs Tyson Fury seems to really be on the way as news has broke that the pair have agreed to terms on a heavyweight unification bout.

Fury’s promoter Bob Arum spoke to iFL TV, saying: “As far as I’m concerned, I’ve been working on it and all of the points have been agreed to.” This is the closest the fight has got to actually happening despite rumours raging for years that the two were ready to lock horns.

“Now we’re scrambling around to get things signed but I can say that clearly, based on my view, there are no more issues. But I can say clearly, based on my view on everything, that there are no more issues”, Arum added.

Slated for a June or July date, The WBC and The Ring world heavyweight title holder Fury will face the WBA (super), IBF and WBO world heavyweight champion Joshua most likely in the UK. The Middle East and China have also been touted as potential locations.

In what will be an estimated £200million fight there will be big money and big pride on the line.