Anthony Joshua has been warned he must sign the contract to fight Tyson Fury by the end of next week or the Battle of Britain bout is off.The two-time WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO champion, 32, suffered the third defeat of his professional career last month when Ukrainian warrior Oleksandr Usyk once again claimed a points victory.
After failing to claim back the belts he lost in September 2021, Joshua was handed a heavyweight lifeline from Fury, who has offered him a shot at the WBC crown.The two parties have agreed a December 3rd showdown at Cardiff's Principality Stadium but Fury's camp is still awaiting Joshua's sign-off. READ MORE: Ebanie Bridges says Elle Brooke could become 'proper boxer' in future after porn career"We need to be getting contracts signed next week," George Warren, son of Tyson Fury's boxing promoter Frank, told The Sun. "I don’t think that’s difficult.
If everyone wants to make it, it can be done and I believe the other side wants to make it."My dad Frank and Eddie Hearn have gone on record to say 90-95 per cent of it’s been agreed.
There are parts of contracts need to be refined and negotiated — tickets and hotel rooms — the biggest thing is the broadcast but it should not slow down the contract."HAVE YOUR SAY!Read more on dailystar.co.uk