Anthony Joshua will face Tyson Fury in either June or July as the bitter rivals agree to an all-British clash to challenge for the undisputed world heavyweight title Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury have just two potential dates remaining as the pair agree to challenge for the undisputed world heavyweight title this summer.
Joshua, who has bounced back from a stunning defeat against Andy Ruiz Jr to reclaim his belts and see off the challenge of Kubrat Pulev, will bring the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles to the fold.
Fury, who won four of the available belts by beating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, will offer his WBC belt up for grabs following his win over Deontay Wilder in February of 2020.
Fury’s co-promoter Bob Arum has now revealed that while terms have been agreed, there remains a small matter of which date the fight should take place from two possibilities.
The Mirror report that the fight will take place on either June 26 or July 3, with Saudi Arabia the favorite to host the potential £200million showdown.
Arum said: “We’re nearly there. As far as I can ascertain, there are no issues separating the two sides. There has been consensus agreement in all issues. AJ v Fury live