The unification battle between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury of all the greatest boxing champions is getting closer.
Eddie Hearn, Joshua’s promoter, said last month that the contract had been signed and only the location and date of the battle had been negotiated, but no specifics have been made so far.
In an interview with “Behind the Gloves”, Freeh said that he has lost his patience. If he doesn’t understand everything within a few days, he will give up fighting, but he firmly believes that the fight will continue.
“They told me that we have some big offers, and I can’t wait to hear their thoughts and see if they are acceptable and if we can reach consensus on everything. I think this fight will happen 100%. He said: “We will know everything in one day. “
Joshua will invest in his IBF, WBO and WBA championships in battle, and Fury is investing in his WBC belt. Since Lennox Lewis in 1999 and 2000, the UK has not had an absolute boxing champion.