Tyson Fury very, very upset – Warren on missed deadline


British WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) is very disappointed that his compatriot and ex-champion Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) did not sign a contract for the fight , despite the fact that he had 10 days to do it.

This was told by the promoter of the current champion Frank Warren.

Recall that the deadline set by Fury expired yesterday, after which Tyson said that since Joshua did not use his chance, he would fight Manuel Charr.

“That was Tyson’s last word. I haven’t talked to him yet, but he’s very, very upset,” Warren said. – I see it this way, he set the deadline 10 days after he submitted the contract. Someone said that it makes no sense, but 10 days is 10 days. Football also has transfer deadlines, and sometimes there is a last-minute struggle to sign players and meet the deadline. The same thing should have happened to us. Let’s see how it will be, but now we are where we are.

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