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Tyson Fury claims Anthony Joshua still hasn’t signed his contract to face him on December 3

Tyson Fury called up Anthony Joshua after being accused of not having his contract reinstated to face him in Cardiff on December 3.

He had no right to sign it: ‘Tyson Fury claims ‘S***house’ Anthony Joshua didn’t sign lucrative deal for British mega-fighting on December 3…like gypsies as King slammed ‘p****’ Oleksandr Usyk for not accepting December 17 date

  • Tyson Fury claims that Anthony Joshua has yet to re-contract to fight them
  • The King of Gypsies offered the British fighter a challenge for the world title in December
  • Joshua’s team says they have accepted Fury’s terms to face Cardiff
  • But Fury called him a “**thouse” and said he doesn’t have the saliva to face
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Tyson Fury has claimed Anthony Joshua has yet to re-contract to end the Battle of Britain match in Cardiff in December – criticizing him as a “**bodybuilder” and accusing him of not owning it. face him.

Fury and Joshua seemed to have finally struck a deal to stage one of the most awaited fights in boxing history after Gypsy King offered the struggling fighter a shot at his WBC belt at Millennium Stadium later this year.

Joshua immediately said he was interested and instructed his 258th management group and Matchroom to negotiate terms—and his promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed they had accepted their offer of a 60-40 split.

Tyson Fury called up Anthony Joshua after being accused of not having his contract reinstated to face him in Cardiff on December 3.

Fury (L) offered Joshua a chance in his WBC title to establish an epic battle at the Battle of Britain

Joshua quickly accepted his terms - including a 60-40 . split

Fury (L) offered Joshua a chance in his WBC title to establish an epic battle at the Battle of Britain

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Warren, Fury’s promoter, said the contract had been sent to Joshua’s team and both sides suggested there was little standing in the way of a full agreement – but Fury has now revealed potential problems standing in the way of a massive fight by claiming that Joshua has gone silent.

In a rant on his Instagram, Fury first targeted Usyk for saying he was ‘afraid of him’, before turning his attention to Joshua.

He said, ‘Usyk baby **. “You little **tbag. Talking s**e – I’m scared of you? I’ll put my fist in the side of the little sausage.

The outrage also targeted Oleksandr Usyk after the Ukrainian claimed the Briton was 'afraid of him'

The outrage also targeted Oleksandr Usyk after the Ukrainian claimed the Briton was ‘afraid’ of him.

‘And of all the homes, mega bodybuilder Anthony Joshua – it’s a home that fits right in. I didn’t sign the contract because I don’t know how long I didn’t sign it. You are a little sausage.

“You don’t want to fight, your manager is a sausage I’ve never seen anything like you. However, I’ll fight on December 3 if that sausage doesn’t sign the contract, and I don’t think he is. [going to].

‘I don’t think he got curses because he’s a **thouse. Both of you, a pair of sausage rooms. Joshua like **thouse, Usyk like **thouse, youz all **thousands. ‘

Warren confirmed this week that Joshua’s camp has yet to recontract, but said he sees no reason not to end the fight.

‘number. It has not yet been signed. We are waiting for them to come back to us. But I see no reason not to sign it.

Frank Warren wasn't worried about Fury v Joshua's fight - despite not signing the December battle deal

Frank Warren wasn’t worried about Fury v Joshua’s fight – despite not signing the December battle deal

“The essence of the negotiations is the splits that have been agreed – 60/40. There is the agreed-upon rematch clause – 50/50.

The biggest problem was when to start the fight, it’s December.

“To give everyone a break, we even said that they can participate in all the broadcast and sponsorship contracts and everything, so they can see everything above the board.

In this aspect of it, we have satisfied any concerns they might have. You don’t have to worry about paying because they will get paid directly from the respective TV companies, so this aspect of the matter is settled.

Hearn, Joshua’s former promoter, said the broadcast might be the only thing standing in the way of starting the fight – but said the main reason for the delay was that his team was “correcting” small details in hte’s contract.

Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn (left) said Joshua's team is 'correcting' small details in the contract

Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn (left) said Joshua’s team is ‘correcting’ small details in the contract

It’s not unusual to get a contract that you’re not okay with – and it wasn’t that they were playing games or anything like that. It’s really down to the form of the agreement, which is getting corrected, and we’ve been working positively to try to get that right, and I think we’re on the cusp of that in terms of the wording of that agreement, Hearn said. ID Boxing.

“[The contract] It wasn’t really what we expected, but it was a few days ago and we had some positive conversations. Reshaping that a bit, which seems to be a positive.

“We still have a long way to go. The broadcasters obviously have to debate. There’s not much to tell you other than that both teams are doing everything they can to try and find a way to make it happen, within the time frame.”

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