It appears that Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are alright with anyone holding the unified championship that is not named Deontay Wilder.

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ESPN details Fury has accepted an offer from Joshua to spar in preparation for his rematch with Wilder in February. The agreement came because both men feel they are more likely to accept a unification fight with each other than Wilder is.

The rematch is set for Feb. 22, 2020, after a classic bout in December of 2018.


“I’ve just seen the video of Joshua saying he’d love to come and help me in camp and that I’d fight him quicker than Wilder, that’s for sure,” Fury said on Instagram. “When I beat Wilder I will fight you A.J., no problem.”

“I think Tyson Fury would fight me quicker than Wilder would. If that’s the case, I want Fury to win, because I just want to fight,” Joshua told Sky Sports. “To have that fight here on British soil? Man, can you imagine that?”

Joshua is coming off a battle with Andy Ruiz where he reclaimed his heavyweight championship. Wilder recently knocked out Luis Ortiz in the seventh round of their second fight late last month.

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