Anthony Joshua In The Gymnasium Training For Tyson Fury Fight On Dec.3rd
Thru Barry Holbrook: Anthony Joshua is already throughout the gymnasium training for his mega-fight in opposition to Tyson Fury on December 3rd in Cardiff.
Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs) authorised all words this week for a battle in opposition to WBC heavyweight champion Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs), and he’s now got little time to train forward of meeting up with ‘The Gypsy King’ on December 3rd.
AJ and his promoter Eddie Hearn wanted December 17th and a 60-40 get a divorce for the rematch clause, on the other hand they might no number of having what they wanted, as Fury wasn’t going to budge.
Judging by the use of Joshua’s frame in comparison to Fury’s, he in all probability doesn’t need an extra two weeks to prepare for this battle.
The only issue Joshua needs is a wonderful game plan that he could make use of to defeat Fury because it’s an arguably additional winnable battle than his ultimate two in opposition to Oleksandr Usyk.
“He’s throughout the position he is now. You’re shedding to great fighters, on the other hand we don’t intend to lose,” discussed Eddie Hearn to iFL TV when asked where does Anthony Joshua go if he loses to Tyson Fury.
Anthony Joshua throughout the gymnasium after accepting words to battle Tyson Fury on Dec 3rd… pic.twitter.com/7MOWo3woDy
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“It’s very harsh on other people to talk about defeats when you’re fighting that caliber. If you want to have him [Joshua] not to undergo defeats, I’ll keep him unbeaten for the rest of his career.
“He doesn’t want it; I don’t want it, enthusiasts don’t want it. We will be able to’t walk down the street for the ultimate 3 or 4 years without other people saying to us, ‘When’s the Fury-AJ battle?’ Well, guess what? It will neatly be December 3rd.
“I’m not going to prevent the battle from going down with ego. It’s Queensbury and Matchroom, and we’ve already discussed doing fights together. The undercard will slot into place after we get the bigger issues resolved.
“To start with, let’s get the contract. Secondly, let’s let the broadcasters keep in touch, and thirdly let’s keep the momentum going to make this happen. All the conversations with George [Warren] have been spherical this battle. A couple of other conversations have been about other fights as well.
“Our point of interest, both of us at the moment, is to try and make this battle. We have now the risk proper right here to make the most important battle in British boxing the most important battle in boxing, and we’ll see if it would turn out to be a reality,” discussed Eddie Hearn.