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Eddie Hearn reveals Anthony Joshua’s reaction to Tyson Fury’s physique in Instagram video

Eddie Hearn has revealed Anthony Joshua took little notice of Tyson Fury’s current physical condition ahead of their massive showdown which is close to being finalised for this summer.

The rival heavyweight champions appear set to meet for the undisputed crown – all four belts – in June or July. Boxing fans can book Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.

Eddie Hearn reveals Anthony Joshua’s reaction to Tyson Fury’s physique in Instagram video
Eddie Hearn reveals Anthony Joshua’s reaction to Tyson Fury’s physique in Instagram video


Though they have not started training camps yet, some fans raised concerns over Fury’s physique in a video he recently posted to social media.

The ‘Gypsy King’ took off his shirt and jumped into the Morecambe Bay, but his shape even caught the attention of AJ’s promoter Hearn.

Hearn told Seconds Out: “I think before he goes into any main camp he doesn’t look like AJ, ever.

“I said to AJ the other day, ‘Did you see Fury jumping in the sea? He looked like me!’

“The response from AJ was, ‘We’re gonna get the best Tyson Fury, so I don’t care if he’s carrying a bit of extra weight now, I’m training for the best ever Tyson Fury.’

“And, make no mistake, Fury will be in top shape for this fight.

Eddie Hearn reveals Anthony Joshua’s reaction to Tyson Fury’s physique in Instagram video
Eddie Hearn reveals Anthony Joshua’s reaction to Tyson Fury’s physique in Instagram video

“We’ve still probably got maybe four/five months to go. He hasn’t even started camp yet.

“I think the impressive thing from both these guys is they haven’t stopped training.


“AJ, since his last fight, he don’t wanna stop training.

“I even said to him, ‘What about a little bit of warm weather? Go and relax a little bit? You don’t wanna over-train.’

“He said, ‘No, I’m fine at Finchley.’

“He’s sparring, he’s training, he’s preparing for the fight of his life.”

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Tyson Fury’s dispute with Deontay Wilder remains a problem but promoters hope Anthony Joshua fight will not be delayed

Eddie Hearn on Deontay Wilder’s arbitration: “A-Team Fury problem. We’re confident that it won’t impact our fight or the announcement”; Tyson Fury is set to face Anthony Joshua in the undisputed world title fight. Boxing fans can book Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.

Tyson Fury’s ongoing arbitration with Deontay Wilder remains ‘a a problem’ but promoters are optimistic that an undisputed world title fight will not be delayed.

Tyson Fury's dispute with Deontay Wilder remains a problem but promoters hope Anthony Joshua fight will not be delayed
Tyson Fury’s dispute with Deontay Wilder remains a problem but promoters hope Anthony Joshua fight will not be delayed

Anthony Joshua held a meeting with Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn last week to finalize the remaining terms for a fight against Fury, with all the world heavyweight titles at stake.

But Sky Sports understands that Wilder’s arbitration with Fury is still at the preliminary stages as the American stakes his claim for a third WBC title fight following his stoppage loss last February.

“That’s a problem and a question really for Top Rank, and Bob Arum,” Promoter Eddie Hearn told Sky Sports.

“We’ve been assured by them that are not going to be an issue in making this fight.

“I do believe that Deontay Wilder, he was supposed to be fighting in January. Now we’re in the middle of February, so how much longer is he going to wait? He’s been out of the ring for a year now, and he’s slowly imploding in every single interview that he gives. He should get back in the ring.

“That’s a Fury problem, a Team Fury problem. We’re confident that it won’t impact our fight or the announcement.

“I keep saying two weeks (until an announcement). I’m bored of saying it now. People are bored of probably hearing it, but we are finalizing the finest details of the contract and hope to make an announcement soon.”

Fury’s UK promoter Frank Warren is also hopeful that the Joshua fight will go ahead as planned.

“We don’t believe it will affect the fight,” Warren told Sky Sports.

Wilder’s management and Top Rank, Fury’s US promotional team, did not comment on the ongoing arbitration.

Tyson Fury's dispute with Deontay Wilder remains a problem but promoters hope Anthony Joshua fight will not be delayed
Tyson Fury’s dispute with Deontay Wilder remains a problem but promoters hope Anthony Joshua fight will not be delayed

Hearn is confident that he can agree on all the terms relating to Joshua, and then he plans to select the venue, with Saudi Arabia, America, and Singapore among the locations being considered.

“Contracts have been backward and forwards,” Hearn had told Sky Sports last week.

“Only minor details to be resolved on both ends we’re in a good place.

“AJ was in the office yesterday with us. We had a good meeting to finalize our side of stuff.

“We’re on the verge now of getting this fight done. We want to make sure the ink is dry, and then we’ll go out and finalize the site details.

“I’m going to keep quiet for now, which probably won’t last for too long, but in the meantime working hard to finalize what is the absolute biggest fight in boxing.”

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Anthony Joshua holds meeting with promoter Eddie Hearn to finalise terms for Tyson Fury fight

Eddie Hearn on Joshua vs Fury: “AJ was in the office yesterday with us. We had a good meeting to finalise our side of stuff.” British heavyweight rivals are set to meet in an undisputed world title fight

Anthony Joshua held a meeting with promoter Eddie Hearn to finalise the Tyson Fury fight, with only ‘minor details’ to resolve for the undisputed world title clash.

The WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight champion visited the Matchroom Boxing boss on Wednesday to discuss the remaining terms for his blockbuster battle against WBC title holder Fury this year.

Hearn continues to exchange paperwork with Bob Arum, Fury’s US promoter, and remains confident he can confirm the fight within the next few weeks.

“Contracts have been backwards and forwards,” Hearn told Sky Sports. “Only minor details to be resolved on both ends. We’re in a good place.

“AJ was in the office yesterday with us. We had a good meeting to finalise our side of stuff.”

A venue for the Joshua vs Fury is yet to be decided, with a number of countries being considered as a location, including Saudi Arabia, America, Qatar, Dubai, Singapore and China.

“I hate saying two weeks, but two weeks (until an announcement),” said Hearn.

“We’re on the verge now of getting this fight done. We want to make sure the ink is dry, and then we’ll go out and finalise the site details.

“I’m going to keep quiet for now, which probably won’t last for too long, but in the meantime working hard to finalise what is the absolute biggest fight in boxing.”

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