“Everything fell apart.” Fury confirms Joshua fight canceled


After all the rounds of negotiations that started off briskly on September 5, but just as abruptly and stagnated, it seems that the heavyweight fight between the British Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) and Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) will not. This, following Joshua’s side, was confirmed by the WBC champion’s side.

“Things fell apart because, frankly, we got to the point where there was no feedback from them anymore,” he said.
talkSPORT son of Frank Warren George. “There was no ambition on their part to help me try to save everything and try to organize something after all.”

Fury’s negotiator believes that Joshua’s reps “just decided for some reason that they didn’t want to be involved. [в переговорном процессе] last week to try to finally step over the differences.”

Fury began training for the next fight – photo

“This is disappointing,” Warren Jr. threw up his hands.

Champion co-promoter Bob Arum had previously lashed out at promoter Joshua for failing to negotiate, but Joshua didn’t go into his pocket for a word and responded to the accusations.

Why did everything collapse? Here, the expert analyzed what exactly prevents the British from making a fight.