Joyce volunteered to come on as a substitute on December 17 – not with Fury, but with Joshua


Interim WBO heavyweight champion Joe Joyce (15-0, 14 KOs) very unambiguously challenged former IBF/WBO/WBA belt holder Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) if his planned fight against WBC champion Tyson Fury ( 32-0-1, 23 KOs) will still fail due to the inability of the teams to quickly and adequately conclude a contract.

The Fury-Joshua fight is allegedly being prepared for December 3, but judging by what gets into the press, on this day the champion may well go out not against the dangerous AJ, but against the average Mahmoud Charr. Joyce says – well, let me fight Joshua!

“If Fury and AJ don’t fight, then I’m in the game. December 3rd is stressful for me, Tyson, but Eddie Hearn, you can call your new best friend Frank Warren – and on the 17th I’m easily against AJ, –
wrote Joe.

At the end of the tweet, he added, “this fight is easy to do!”

Fury offered fight to Chisora

A couple of weeks ago, Joyce became the first to stop the resilient Joseph Parker by knocking out the New Zealand fighter in the 11th round.

At the end of September, Charr signed a contract with Warren: he will fight Fury, Joyce or Dubois. And according to the plan of Warren and Tyson, the Usyk-Fury fight is in February.