Joshua’s manager: Fury fight will happen. I can prove”


Manager Freddie Cunningham (258 management) claims that his top client, ex-unified heavyweight champion Briton Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) will not end his career without a fight with compatriot Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs).

Previously, the parties repeatedly tried to agree on a fight, but did not succeed. The closest they came to the fight last year, but the American Deontay Wilder ruined everything – he defended his right to fight Fury in the arbitration court.

Another attempt to make a fight was recently, but something went wrong, and the parties began to blame each other for the lack of feedback. Some fans believe that Joshua will not dare to go against his compatriot, as he will be an obvious underdog.

thinks otherwise: “What are they talking about? We almost did it in December. Isn’t this proof of our intentions? Look, this fight is still relevant. And the most important thing is that they both want it. I know they talked face to face about the fight and all that. Believe that neither one nor the other wants to hang up their gloves on a nail without determining the strongest in a head-to-head fight.

The whole question is when this fight can take place. As of today, it does not look real – Joshua is licking his wounds after two consecutive defeats to the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk, who in turn is preparing to determine the absolute world champion in a duel with Fury.

Cunningham’s response: “When will it take place? I’ll tell you so. When we have the opportunity to organize it, then we will do it.”

In the meantime, Joshua is busy looking for a new mentor. For this, he flew a little from the top British coach – he walked hard on Joshua. The previous mentor claims that they had a great plan for the fight with Usyk, and Olympic medalist David Price offers an interesting solution to this issue.