It has been revealed that the British heavyweights have signed a two-fight deal, with the first expected to be held this summer. However, other details such as a venue are still unknown given the constantly changing situation due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Anthony Joshua begins full training
The highly-anticipated bout will unify the heavyweight division – with Joshua holding the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO titles and Fury holding the WBC belt.
Joshua has been ticking over since his dominant victory over Kubrat Pulev back in December with lighter training at his old amateur club Finchley ABC. But now he’s turning it up a notch ahead of the biggest fight of his career.
He plans to head to the EIS in Sheffield and trainer Rob McCracken to continue his training camp.
And Eddie Hearn is optimistic that all the remaining details of their deal can be ironed out by the end of next week, with both fighters having to agree on a venue.