Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury have finally set a date for the announcement of the next postponement of their much anticipated, never to actually happen title fight.
With news coming from the Fury camp this week that the fight would go ahead on August 14th in Saudi Arabia, both camps have now finally come to an agreement on a further date for the announcement that the fight won’t actually happen, again.
Promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed “This is big. You do NOT want to miss this.
“After much deliberation, and tense negotiations between all parties involved, we finally have a date that both parties are agreed on, and on which we will announce that the fight won’t happen.
“This is the big one, the one everyone wants to see… The unification of all four belts in one fight. A British heavyweight battle to find the undisputed champion of the world.
“AJ versus the Gypsy King. The biggest sporting event on the planet, and now we finally have a date… to call the whole thing off again.
“We cannot wait to give the public, and boxing fans around the world exactly what they have been waiting for, so put it in your diaries and tune in to Sky Sports to find out when it won’t happen.
When asked on what date they will announce the fight won’t happen, we were told, “Hang on a minute, we might have to postpone the announcement of the delay for a while now, due to sponsorship issues.”