Tyson Fury’s Promoter Arum Gives Updates on AJ’s Fight

The fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury is what is in every boxing fan’s hearts as the date for the match draws closer and closer. Joshua is set to get the first contract draft ahead of the game.

Fans of boxing around the world have been clamouring for the fight for almost a whole year now. The hunger for the match became hotter after Fury’s humiliation of Deontay Wilder last year February.

Both Olexandr Usyk and Bronze Bomber are already out of the way, and it is now talks between Bob Arum, Frank Warren and Eddie Hearn which will be concluded today Tuesday.

Tyson Fury’s Promoter Arum Presents Drafts for His client Fight with AJ

Tyson Fury’s promoter Arum told talkSPORT: “I talked to Eddie yesterday.” “Eddie, with the Joshua people, will have the first draft of the contract to us on Tuesday.”

“And then I will circulate it to Frank [Warren], to Tyson and the various lawyers.” “We’ll then get back to Eddie with our comments, and I believe that this is pretty much a no-brainer because everybody is professionals and wants this to happen.”

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Tyson Fury and his Promoter Arum

Arum also said: “When we get the draft, we’ll have our input and send them back a red line copy.” “They’ll study it and send us back a copy, and within a week or two we’ll have a complete meeting of the minds, I’m very confident.

Arum concluded by saying: “And we’ll get a document that both parties can sign.” The fight location is still under discussion, but they are considering using the ‘Battle of Britain’ as the two of them are British citizens.

“But with the restrictions and uncertainty, we’re looking for a site someplace else – be it the Mid-East or Asia.” “And I’m sure that once we get this document signed, we’ll jointly be able to select the site and get it announced

This location could change because of the UK’s current uncertainty, which can be attributed to the global pandemic coronavirus. Arum said: “The appropriate place would’ve been the United Kingdom.”

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