Anthony Joshua Issues Demand to Tyson Fury As Undisputed Clash Is Delayed Again
- Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury are billed to take on each other for an undisputed bout this year
- Latest reports have it that Fury is yet to sign off on the agreement amid concerns in the contract
- Joshua has publicly expressed frustrations, lamenting that he and his fans are getting tired
It was gathered that Fury is yet to sign off on the undisputed fight and Joshua has taken to social media to lament his frustrations, saying he is tired.
The heavyweight unification bout between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury was earlier scheduled to take place in Saudi Arabia this summer.
A rematch worth £500million is billed to take place in London later in the year as the world is set for a blockbuster boxing showdown.
But Fury's promoter Frank Warren revealed his fighter is still not happy with the terms of the deal.
And Joshua has now spoken out in a bid to ensure the undisputed fight takes place this summer.
“Spartan. I’m tired. My fans are tired. Your fans are tired. We’re all tired of the talk. Less talk. More action!"
Earlier, Warren told Seconds Out:
"You can only sign a contract when all the parties agree on it," the Queensbury Promotions boss told SecondsOut .
"And we've got a contract at the moment that all the parties don't agree on. We've got a contract at the moment that Tyson Fury will not sign."
Although both parties are yet to finalise the deal, however, they have been tipped to take home a staggering £54 million each at the end of their first encounter.
Apart from the prize money, the winner takes all the belts which include Joshua's WBA, WBO, and IBF as well as Fury's WBC belt.
Some of the funds raised will be used to take care of the undercard as well as the expenses for the big encounter.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tyson Fury has stated that he will retire in his corner if he fails to score a knockout punch on Anthony Joshua during their heavyweight unification bout.
The Gypsy King has been posting intimidating messages on social media to play mind games with his compatriot Joshua.
Fury said he would throw in the gloves if he fails to knock down his opponent on the big night.