Fury-Joshua – still a chance? Warren hints yes


Yesterday, WBC world champion Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) said that he had lost his patience and instead of the fight offered to fellow countryman Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs), the fight would probably be against Mahmoud Charr (33-4, 19 KOs). ). However, the British co-promoter Frank Warren hinted
talkSPORTthat the fight with Joshua can still be saved.

He said: “We will try to do everything today. We work very hard.”

“Joshua’s people had a contract of 10 days and Tyson lost his patience. We are trying to make it work, and today we had a good meeting, so let’s see how it goes,” the functionary encouraged.

Asked what the delay might be, Warren said: “We are waiting for him to [контракт] will return. We agreed on some things, but now we are waiting for them to hand over the documents to us. Waited for 10 days already, so I have no idea what’s in there. As far as we know, nothing like that. We already thought that +/- agreed on everything.

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According to Frank, his son George, also involved in negotiations, spoke to Joshua’s side on September 26 and said that “they will return the contract, so we’re still waiting.”

When asked why it was necessary to put a deadline on September 26, Warren replied: “We are postponing and postponing. There is nothing left until December 3rd. It’s time to start promotion and sales. The place is booked, but there are many organizational moments.”

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