Tyson Fury wants to beat Mayweather by signing richest contract in boxing history

Tyson Fury wants to beat Mayweather by signing richest contract in boxing history

- Tyson Fury says he wants the biggest contract in the history of boxing

- The Brit is approaching the end of his current deal with Top Rank

- Fury wants to break Floyd Mayweather's record by signing mega deal

British boxing legend Tyson Fury has confirmed his readiness to sign the richest contract in the history of boxing which will make him beat Floyd Mayweather in the record.

Tyson Fury has gone to the zenith of his boxing career with his latest win over Deontay Wilder making him one of the bests in the history of the game.

However, Tyson Fury is on the verge of finishing his current £80 million deal with Top Rank, and the Brit is eyeing a mega deal which will be the highest ever in boxing.

On the current deal he has with Top Rank, Tyson Fury has two more fights to go before he can open talk for another deal or go for another suitor.

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He is expected to face Deontay Wilder in his next fight before possibly facing Anthony Joshua in what could be his last fight.

''I want to get that big, major fight deal. I want to break all of the records, for a British fighter to go overseas and get the biggest signing record in history.'' Fury explained.

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Meanwhile, retired American boxer Floyd Mayweather currently holds the biggest contract ever with his £363m Showtime deal.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how British boxing champion Tyson Fury stated emphatically that he is ready to face fellow countryman Anthony Joshua claiming that he would knock him out in the third round.

Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have not met in the boxing ring, but boxing fans all over the world have been clamoring for a fight between these two warriors.

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Recently, Tyson Fury defeated American boxer Deontay Wilder who was beaten mercilessly in which one of his coaches had to throw in the towel to end the fight.

Anthony Joshua has been tipped to face Tyson Fury in 2021 in what is expected to be a tough encounter between these two lions.

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