Joshua responds to Fury’s ultimatum – video


Former world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) assured the owner of the WBC belt and show-off Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) that he was not going to refuse the proposed fight, and that he could calmly prepare for the fight on December 3 at the stadium in Cardiff (Wales).

The day before yesterday, Fury got online and said that if AJ’s side didn’t sign the fight contract sent by him before September 26 (already arrived), he would withdraw his offer to the ex-champion and start looking for a new opponent, for example, such.

“I have been signing contracts for years,” Joshua replied in a selfie clip. – It [промедление] It doesn’t depend on me, but on the team of lawyers. That is why they are hired. If you know the history of boxing, then you know that from the legal side everything should be perfect. That’s what good management and good lawyers are for.”

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“Of course, I will sign the contract,” Anthony Tyson reassured. “He’s just being worked on by lawyers right now.”

And here is what the promoter of a potential rival, Eddie Hearn, responded to Tyson’s ultimatum.

Fury and Joshua have previously publicly agreed on the terms of the fight, which include a 60/40 distribution of the fee to Fury, which will change to 50/50 in the rematch if Anthony wins.