The Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua heavyweight superfight seems to have fell through only days after Fury announced the fight will take place on August 14.
Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, said as much back in March.
There has now been almost 11 months of substantive discussion regarding this battle, including the fact that the coronavirus pandemic made it impossible to schedule the match at a period when paying spectators might not be present in a stadium to see it.
However, with fans returning to Joshua vs Fury live stream concerts, an end to the stalemate seemed to be close.
Eddie Hearn to jet off on worldwide search for a venue for Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury mega-fight using all the Middle East the early favourite as the promoter sets three-week deadline to finalise undisputed showdown.
Eddie Hearn will embark on a world tour this week in a bid to find a site for the showdown between Tyson Fury along with Anthony Joshua.
The heavyweight rivals signed contracts to your two-fight deal earlier this season, but the difficulties of where and if are still a substantial hurdle.