Joshua may not vacate WBO title to swerve Oleksandr Usyk
Anthony Joshua could spoil the positioning done by contenders Daniel Dubois and Joseph Parker by choosing to defend his WBO heavyweight title against his mandatory Oleksandr Usyk in early 2021, reports boxingnews24.com. Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn gave a hint this week that Joshua values his title, which means he might not vacate the WBO belt…
Joshua vs. Fury to fight in May or June 2021, says Hearn
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury will be meeting for the first of two fights in 2021 in May or June, according to promoter Eddie Hearn. The second fight between the two heavyweight world champions will happen in November or December 2021, reports boxingnews24.com.
Ajagba in line to fight Fury before Gypsy King’s Joshua showdown
Nigeria’s U.S-based heavyweight fighter, Efe Ajagba, is inline to fight World Boxing Council (WBC) world heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, in London this year, promoter Bob Arum has disclosed.
Fury calls off Wilder trilogy fight, plots Joshua bout in 2021
Tyson Fury has officially called off his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder after failing to agree a date in 2020, reports standard.co.uk.
Bob Arum’s Top Rank, including Tyson Fury, debuts in Nigeria
Nigerian boxing fans have been given the opportunity to watch all the fights involving boxers on Top Rank Promotions’ stable, including one arm of the world heavyweight boxing title holder, Tyson Fury. For nearly half a century, Top Rank has produced some of its most exciting bouts. Top Rank’s current stable of champions represents the…
I am ready for winner of Fury, Wilder trilogy, says Joshua
Joshua is ready to take on the winner of the Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder trilogy match in 2021, and he feels he’ll beat both of them.
Joshua would jump at the chance to fight Whyte if Fury doesn’t, says Hearn
Dillian Whyte and Anthony Joshua could eventually meet in an undisputed title fight if Tyson Fury refuses to make a mandatory defence and is stripped of his belt
Joshua’s fight with fury faces new hurdle
The winner of the second rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will face a mandatory defence against Dillian Whyte, the WBC has confirmed.