Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury
11 June 2020
Last updated: 14 June 2020 at 3:10 pm
How about a fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury in 2021? The potential superfight is happen not once, but twice and will be the fifth biggest fight in history in terms of payday.
WBC title holder Fury and WBA, IBF and WBO title holder Joshua will put all their belts at stake in both fights and in 2021 we will for the first time in heavyweight boxing since Vladimir Klitsjko have a champion holding the WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO belts.
The first odds are out, at BetMGM, for the fight and Fury is the favorite.
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Before the match can happen both Fury and Joshua need to fight the first in line contender which in Furys case is Deontay Wilder who he will have to beat for a third consecutive time. Anthony Joshua will have to face and win over Kubrat Pulev. If (or when) that happens the superfight is 100% confirmed.
Both Fury and Joshua are from the UK and this potential superfight could happen on Wembley in London. Fighting on home ground on a fully seated Wembley is a dream for every UK boxer and the odds for this fight to happen are low. We doubt that Fury will let Wilder put an end to his dream of becoming a true heavyweight champion. Joshua is facing Bulgarian boxer Pulev who holds a 28-1 record (only loss in 2014 against Vladimir Klitsjko). Pulev could potentially become a problem for Joshua but AJ will go into this fight as the favorite.
Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury x 2 in 2021? We are certainly excited about this potential mega fight.
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