Nigerian British boxer, Anthony Joshua has responded to Tyson Fury’s latest all British bout challenge call out for an highly anticipated unification clash as he responded, ‘I’ll be ready in December’.
Just recently, Joshua lost his rematch bout last month to claim back his titles against Oleksandr Usyk as the Ukrainian won him through a split decision, a loss he was unable to handle well following his post match outbursts.
Tyson Fury Popularly known as the ‘Gypsy King’ unexpectedly called out Anthony Joshua for a showdown to take place before the end of the year and Joshua in turn has thrown himself in for the crunch heavyweights battle.
Here’s a call out tweet from Tyson Fury; Yo @anthonyjoshua what you saying big G let’s give the fanz what they want as Usyk is bitching???
I got the date and venue who will rule Britannia? https://t.co/c0Hd3aEPrL
Joshua then quoted his tweet as he replied, ”Yea calm. I don’t do the online discussions just for clout, so if your really about it shout @258mgt. I’ll be ready in December.” ‘Khalas’.
As reported, both boxers promoters are now looking to find a common ground with a good offer for the fight.
AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn joined talkSPORT on Tuesday morning and expressed his doubts, but insisted they would take the fight if a serious and acceptable offer was received.
Warren in turn posited that this is exactly what he will be firing over to them in the coming hours.
“We’re sending a written offer across today to them,” Warren told White and Jordan on talkSPOR.
“It’s us who have made the approach to give AJ a great opportunity to get himself back into the top level against the world champion Tyson.
“He’s willing to make that voluntary defence, so we’ll send the offer across today and then they’ll have to look at it and decide whether they wanna grab this with both hands.”
Asked when this fight would be, Warren replied: “In the UK and hopefully in November, that’s what we’re looking at.”