The expected battle between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury has been canceled after Joshua apparently neglected to comply with Tyson Fury time constraint to sign the agreement for their arranged blockbuster battle
An irate Fury, named Joshua an ‘simpleton’ and a ‘quitter’ after he missed the title, as indicated by DailyStar.
Joshua was offered the recommendation of becoming world heavyweight boxing champion indeed by Fierceness regardless of his second loss because of Oleksandr Usyk. Having apparently lost his shot at a title after two misfortunes on the skip, AJ was allowed one more opportunity by the Vagabond Lord in a potential conflict which would at long last dole out the retributions between the two English contenders.
Both had appeared to be in understanding for a battle to occur in December after a few back-and-forths via web-based entertainment. Yet, a fretful Fury toward the end of the week asserted he would be continuing on from the battle in the event that Joshua didn’t put pen to paper on Monday, which the last option evidently neglected to do.