It can be assumed that the tickets for Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua’s match will be selling out soon. What is even crazier that the two fighters, Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua Agree to a Two-Fight Deal. The promoters from both sides have confirmed that they have agreed to conduct double meetings.
Hearn confirms to the source that Tyson Fury and Anthony have made the deal to fight twice during the 2021 fighting schedules. Thought the British champions have not made any official revelation about the two-fight deal but they have had a general talk about the view of it altogether.
It can be a really big deal in terms of financial importance. Hearn, Joshua’s promoter has given a statement about the meeting. As far as he knows, it was all about the financial talks and there is a high chance that Fury and Joshua have found a common ground for the deal. The 41 years old promoter agrees that talking about money is the hardest of all stages but he is glad that both the parties have shown progress. Tyson Fury’s promoter/ team manager Frank Warren clearly stated that they will split the summed up revenue 50-50.
Hearn also said that how the two fellows were s interested in the deal of double meetings. According to him, they have accepted all the contracts to have two fights in 2021. Having a Two fight is a rare scene in the sports world. The location for the big boxing matched is not fixed but we won’t be surprised if we finally see it happening in Great Britain. Though there are rooms for Saudi Arabia and the United States as well.
Joshua has WBO, WBA, and IBF belts under his hood. He had a dominating fight against Andy Ruiz in 2019 but in the end, he lost it. But the picture was completely different for the fans who watched him win after beating the Mexican via unanimous decision back in December.
Joshua immediately started to search for his next opponent boxer in the ring and the name on his mind was KubratPulev. He was the IBF mandatory challenger. The match between the two champions was about to take place in June 2020 but the COVID-19 spread changed all the plans for them.
Fury lost his WBC title to Deontay Wilder, has a challenger named Dillian Whyte. The fight between the challengers will be scheduled in 2021. If the situation doesn’t get any better, the teams are afraid to call off the match.