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According to Bob Arum, TYSON FURY’s all-British heavyweight showdown bout with Anthony Joshua is on

The American promoter of the Gypsy King, 89, told IFL TV that there are finally no more problems that can be resolved through negotiations

Arum confirmed that Fury, 32, and Joshua are now signing their contracts for the fight with an upcoming official announcement

Earlier this week, AJ, 31, announced that the fight was about to go ahead with the WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO belts at stake for the first time in heavyweight history stood

“Trust me, for the fans, for the people who have been calling it for many, many months

Last week, Fury claimed there were FOUR sticking points – Papa John threatened to “beat up” Eddie Hearn

John yelled, “I’m going to beat up [Hearn] like a kid and I don’t care if he sees this or not because it’s true

SunSport believes that a nondisclosure agreement has kept the discussions top secret The update from Arum is therefore a huge boost for the fans

Saudi Arabia, in which AJ held the rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr in December 2019 won, leads the race for battle

Since it is unlikely that 90000 fans return to Wembley for a while, Britain must hope that the rematch of the proposed one-on-one agreement will take place

Joshua only won in December, knocking out Kubrat Pulev, 39, in a compulsory defense at his local Wembley arena

But Fury hasn’t fought since February 2020 when he dethroned Deontay Wilder – meaning he’s going into the biggest fight of his life after a 16 month layoff

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World News – UK – Fury v Joshua sign contracts after agreeing terms, reveals Arum