Anthony Joshua ‘Accepts All Terms’ For December 3 Fight Against Tyson Fury

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Anthony Joshua has accepted all the terms to face Tyson Fury on December 3 in a massive fight for boxing.

After Oleksandr Usyk defeated Joshua in the rematch, Fury said he wanted to face Usyk. However, the two sides could not come to an agreement and the Brit said he would then offer the bout to Joshua.

Now, according to Joshua’s management, they took to Twitter to announce they agreed to all the terms for the fight. It will likely take place on December 3 at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

“Joshua-Fury update: 258 and @MatchroomBoxing can confirm, on behalf of @anthonyjoshua, that we accepted all terms presented to us by Fury’s team for a fight Dec 3rd last Friday. Due to the Queen’s passing, it was agreed to halt all communication. We are awaiting a response,” the management group tweeted.

If Fury and Joshua do end up fighting it still will be a massive fight even though Joshua is on a two-fight losing skid. Fury has also vowed to finish Joshua relatively early to prove how much better he is.

“To be honest with you, the two big, giant heavyweights in the ring, anything can happen at any given moment when you’ve got two men as big as we are swinging at each other,” Fury said. “However, I’ve always said what happens when I fight Joshua, he gets cleaned out. I say within six, seven rounds – if he lasts that long.”

Tyson Fury is coming off a stoppage win over Dillian Whyte back in April after the back-to-back fights against Deontay Wilder. In his last fight against Whyte he defended his WBC and The Ring heavyweight belts but said he was going to retire after the last bout.

Do you think Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua will actually happen on December 3?