If Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) does not sign documents for a potential fight against WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) by September 26, the latter withdraws his offer to the ex-champion and deals with looking for a new opponent to fight on December 3rd.
According to Fury, he “was full of optimism three weeks ago, but it shouldn’t take that long to sign a contract.” (Earlier, Tyson’s co-promoter Bob Arum also stated that Joshua allegedly didn’t want to fight Fury.)
“We will know on Monday, anyway. Because if nothing is signed by Monday, I will move on. I’m not going to wait for a dude who has lost three of the last five fights, ”-
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“He’s generally lucky that I’m giving him a title shot,” Fury added. “I don’t mind throwing him a bone, but I don’t want them to dictate shit to me.” Joshua is an invited guest at my party. This is where I set the rules. If you want to play, come to the banquet and sit down in your seat.”
Who Fury might face at the start of winter was already announced yesterday.