Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua confirmed for 2021

Anthony Joshua & Tyson Fury agree two-fight deal

Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder may take place at Sydney

Hearn says he believed the financial details of the fight would be the most hard to iron out, but terms have been put forward and agreed to by both parties, leaving dates and venues the biggest obstacles into letting the two step into the ring.

Fury a.k.a The Gypsy King has been calling out Joshua for a few years to step in the ring with him and they've now signed a two-fight contract.

New Zealand is reportedly being considered as a potential host for a spring rematch between world heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury and arch rival Deontay Wilder.

Hearn also promotes Dillian Whyte and he stated that the WBC No.1 contender "should" get his shot at Fury beforehand.

"We're pushing towards a place where they can be drafted, for 2021". 'There is still a lot to overcome.

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'Yan damben boksin na Burtaniya wato Anthony Joshua da kuma Tyson Fury sun yadda su fafata a tsakaninsu in ji Eddie Hearn.

If Joshua and Fury retain their titles, it would set the stage for a unified heavyweight champion for the first time in over 20 years.

"I just had the thought six weeks ago that if these guys can't do a major fight in Las Vegas or NY, why not come down here, where I know we can get a crowd?"

Fury, meanwhile, is contractually obliged to face Wilder for a third time and the Briton said on Instagram: "The biggest fight in British boxing history has just been agreed".

Hearn concluded by reiterating that the fight is still far from official. We are moving in the right direction.

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"The first fight could happen next summer", he said.

Wilder and Fury drew their first fight in Los Angeles in 2018, which ultimately ended in a controversial split draw.

Fury became champion after beating Deontay Wilder in their rematch in Las Vegas in February of this year. There is a model in place that both parties are happy with. According to Frank Warren, co-promoter of Fury with Bob Arum reckons both the boxers could earn between £47million-£55million from each fight. We have agreed with Tyson Fury and the team and we can now move forward with finalising the smaller parts of the deal.

For now, just knock on wood, cross those fingers, and pray to the fight gods us fans don't get stiffed on yet another epic bout. "Obviously, there are still a number of obstacles to overcome in terms of the venue, in terms of a couple of broadcast details and of course both guys have a fight in between". 'It doesn't get bigger, and there will never be a bigger fight in our generation.

"I hope the Joshua fight happens, and I would like it this year if we can".

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