- Tyson Fury has been ordered to face Deontay Wilder for the third time
- This latest development will affect his scheduled battle with Anthony Joshua
- Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury fought last year February in which the American lost
Tyson Fury has been ordered to face American fighter Deontay Wilder again for the third time which means that the much-anticipated duel between him and Anthony Joshua is off.
Last year February, Tyson Fury was in great and stunning form as he defeated Deontay Wilder to become a heavyweight boxing champion for the second time.
The duel which occurred in America was a tough one between these two warriors and one of Deontay's Wilder coaches had to throw in the towel when he noticed that Fury had overpowered his employer.
After the defeat, Deontay Wilder immediately activated the trilogy clause between him and Tyson Fury and July last year was picked for the battle, but it did not hold because of COVID-19.
Tyson Fury however turned his attention to Nigerian boxer Anthony Joshua in which August 14 has been fixed for the fight in Saudi Arabia.
This latest development will come as a disappointment for British and Nigerian fans who have been waiting to see Anthony Joshua facing Tyson Fury.
Tyson Fury has also been claiming that he is ready to face Anthony Joshua stressing that he would beat the Nigerian boxer.
Anthony Joshua has lost only one match so far in his professional career which was against Andy Ruiz.
Anthony Joshua is one of the best boxers in the world considering his achievements since he started his boxing career in Nigeria before moving to England.
Joshua's last fight in the boxing ring was a superb win over Kubrat, while Tyson Fury on the other hand defeated Deontay Wilder mercilessly.
Anthony Joshua's company Sparta Promotions explained that the boxer has made massive profits in the last 12 months.
Joshua’s business assets have grown by over £60m and now stand at an eye-watering £109m.