- Tyson Fury has fulfilled his own part of the bargain to fight fellow Brit Anthony Joshua
- The Gypsy King signed a contract to make the fight happen in an unnamed country
- But promoter Frank Warren claims AJ will be reluctant to sign his own part of the deal
Tyson Fury has signed his side of the deal to fight Anthony Joshua in an unnamed country., according to promoter Frank Warren.
However, Warren revealed that he is not sure if the AJ would want to face his fellow British heavyweight soon.
The Gypsy King and Joshua hold all the four belts in the heavyweight division and there have been talks about the much-anticipated unification bout.
But warren still believes Joshua's camp will not want to fulfill their own part of the bargain when he told Good Morning Britain.
"Look we've got no problem with it.
"We've signed an NDA with a country that are hopefully about to make the fight happen.
"I don't think the other side want it. I've got a feeling in my bones that they do not want the fight."
Warren also insisted that the unification fight between Fury and Joshua is not a difficult fight to make happen.
"It's not a difficult fight to make. Whatever is on the table is 50-50," Warren told Sky Sports.
But Fury told GMB host Piers Morgan that he would like to complete the trilogy with Deontay Wilder before facing his British counterpart.
The 31-year-old stopped the American in the seventh round to claim the WBC title after their first fight ended in a draw.
He replied: "Deontay Wilder has still got that third fight he's got take."
Fury continued: "He will do and he will take the fight for one reason - money.
"There's a hell of a lot of money on the table. He's got eight or nine kids to feed."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mike Tyson has revealed the possibility of death anytime and claims that "living might be more complicated than dying".
The former undisputed heavyweight king believes his fearless nature has driven him to embrace the possibility of giving up the ghost in the ring.
However, the youngest heavyweight champion ever said he had always thought he would be the one doing the killing during one of his fights rather than being at the receiving end.
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