- Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury are the biggest boxers in the world currently
- They both share all the heavyweight titles following their victories over Andy Ruiz and Deontay Wilder
- The boxers also possess choice cars and luxurious homes
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury might get their chance to exchange blows next year if both parties reach an agreement early enough.
Eddie Hearn disclosed earlier this week the two British heavyweight fighters are already on the same page over some terms.
Both have all the belts in their category in their possessions and they are looking to face off in a unification fight where an undisputed champion is likely to be crowned.
They have engaged in a war of wards leaving their fans yearning for the all British encounter in the next few months.
Despite suffering his first defeat to Andy Ruiz in June 2019, Joshua earned his respect back six months later - reclaiming his lost glory against the American-Mexican in Saudi Arabia.
Fury, on the other hand, was crowned the new WBC champion after demolishing Deontay Wilder in the seventh round of their rematch in February.
However, they have enjoyed a steady rise in the sport up until now, but there is more to them than life in the rings.
The Gypsy King used to own Rolls Royce Phantom worth about £360k but parted ways with the exotic car in 2016 after struggling with his mental health.
He also owned a £160k Ferrari and a £150k camo Ranger Rover but admits he is less concerned about possessions: "No longer. I'm not interested in material possessions. Not any more. They mean nothing."
Meanwhile, the British boxer of Nigerian descent showed off his own £150k vehicle - his own bespoke Ranger Rover.
The car was stolen just weeks before his world heavyweight title fight, prompting him to buy another of the same model.
Legit.ng earlier reported that WBC champion Tyson Fury is willing to give up his heavyweight title in a bid to secure a fight with countryman Anthony Joshua.
The British-born boxers recently reached a doubleheader agreement to stage an epic unification bout next year - this will help crown the first undisputed champion in the sport.
Lennox Lewis, 54, was the last boxer to have attained the status of the undisputed heavyweight world champion 20 years ago.
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