Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua agree on undisputed title consolidation

Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua agree on undisputed title consolidation

In light of the ongoing controversy between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua over the merger of a controversial heavyweight title, Rod Kishan looks like a teenager, and match room organizer Eddie Heron said the two fighters finally agreed to accept their positions specify a date.

“Both parties have approved the site’s offer, so they want to go, and now we’re just finalizing the site deal and we’re in a great position,” Horn said. It was good.

“I won’t go where it will be done, but both parties have agreed that we will use this option, and very soon you will get the date and make an official statement.”

Needless to say, this is an encouraging sign, despite recent reports and speculation that a possible post-Joshua war will not happen in the summer, but Heron has not yet hit the target, confirming the accuracy of this summer. Hopefully we’ll have more details soon with an official confirmation.

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