WBA, IBF and WBO champion AJ’s undisputed showdown with WBC king Fury is set to be announced in the coming week after it was revealed it would take place in Saudi Arabia this summer.
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Joshua was sensationally stopped by the unknown Andy Ruiz Jr. in June 2019, with the Briton falling to the first defeat of his professional career in the seventh round.
However, it would require an offer of £75 million to tempt the former world heavyweight champion back into the ring.
The British star beat the Ukrainian with an 11th round knockout at Wembley in 2017 – but admitted he could have been “xarried out on a stretcher”.
The Bulgarian has been studying Joshua’s fights closely throughout his preparations and believes the unified champion does not have the mental toughness to survive against him.
The heavyweight fighter’s career took a drastic lurch for the worse after defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 – with Fury having candidly admitted to contemplating suicide during his darkest moments.
Ukrainian legend Klitschko has been drafted into his training camp to help him prepare for a potential upcoming trilogy bout with Mike Tyson.
The 57-year-old former heavyweight world champion has announced he is looking to take part in exhibition bouts for charity and is in talks to fight old rival Tyson, who is making his own comeback.
Wladimir Klitschko wants Anthony Joshua to become the world’s no 1 but admits he must face the Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury winner to achieve that status.
Former world champion boxer Tyson Fury has revealed how close he came to committing suicide during his long battle with mental health problems.
Despite being crowned undisputed heavyweight champion of the world in November 2015, Fury was overcome by a feeling of emptiness in the coming months and ballooned in weight – reaching 28 stone at his heaviest.
The former long-reigning heavyweight champion was beaten five times in his career – the final loss being a thrilling knockout defeat to AJ in 2017.
Tyson Fury takes on Otto Wallin in Las Vegas this Saturday in what should be a fairly academic affair before he moves onto his rematch with Deontay Wilder in February 2020.
The recently dethroned world champion took to social media on Wednesday to pay homage to some greats of the past in the wake of his recent spat with Lennox Lewis.
The saga over Wladimir Klitschko‘s potential return to boxing has been stoked once again after the Ukrainian’s former promoter suggested the 43-year-old may not be content with what he achieved in the sport.
But according to reports in Germany, streaming giant DAZN has made a renewed offer to tempt him back.
Wladimir Klitschko is considering making a comeback to accept a £35 million offer from DAZN, according to reports.
World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has said his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko will be his last professional fight.
Former heavyweight champion, Wladimir Klitschko, has dismissed speculation that he could make a comeback to the ring and rematch Anthony Joshua as “an early April Fools’ joke.”
Addressing the media for the final time before Saturday’s bout in Los Angeles, the pair exchanged insults as a melee broke out between their respective teams, with Fury removing his shirt before security stepped in to manage the situation.