The Tyson Fury team send Anthony Joshua an official contract for the Dec. 3 fight and urge him to sign it and finalize their long-awaited showdown as Frank Warren reveals there should be a “enough” press conference. soon”

Anthony Joshua has now received an official contract to fight Tyson Fury next.

Earlier this week, AJ agreed to all of Fury’s terms to challenge him for his WBC world heavyweight title on December 3 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

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Frank Warren promotes Fury

It came after the Gypsy King called his fellow Briton and offered him a 60/40 deal with a 50/50 rematch clause.

The next step was for Fury’s team to send out an official contract for the fight, and it’s now done.

Promoter Frank Warren revealed in his column for the Star: “The contracts have been sent to Anthony Joshua’s team. They will arrive Friday morning.

“Now we are waiting for them to come through them and sign so we can put on one of the biggest events in British boxing.

“Our whole team is on board for this fight. Tyson Fury is looking forward to it as he showed last week by calling out his fellow Brit.

“Since the Queen’s passing, Tyson has been respectful and withheld her advice as we work on the deal behind the scenes.

Joshua is promoted by Hearn

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Joshua is promoted by Hearn

“The next step was to send out the contracts that we promised Joshua would arrive soon.

“I don’t foresee there being any problems. We all want this fight to happen.

Warren also revealed that he expects there to be a press conference “fairly soon”, suggesting he is confident the contract will be signed.

Joshua and his team, including promoter Eddie Hearn, will now review the contract.

But Hearn has been tight-lipped on the matter since they were awarded the contract, so we all have to wait patiently for the outcome.

If the terms work for them, they’ll sign it and finalize the fight every British boxing fan has been waiting to see.

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