Mayweather plans to corner Anthony Joshua in a fight against Tyson Fury

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Floyd Mayweather plans to corner Anthony Joshua in a fight against Tyson Fury. The former world champion offered training assistance to the World Boxing Federation (AMB), the International Boxing Federation (FIB) and the World Champion of the World Boxing Organization (OMB).

Mayweather said in an interview, “I’m looking forward to working with Joshua soon. We talk all the time. It’s a very interesting fight. Anthony Joshua has a lot of experience and Tyson Fury also has a lot of experience . ” Podcast “Disruptive Entrepreneur”.

Mayweather, who was in Joshua’s fight against Bulgarian Kubrat Pulaev in London in December, said Joshua came back differently after the defeat by Andy Ruiz Jr. “It helped him get stronger. I met Tyson Jury a short time later, he’s a great one. And a very interesting man. I saw him fight twice, against Dontae Wilder, but it’s a very complicated fight. You Can never say what will happen in the sport of boxing. Both people are very good contestants. “

Boxers Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury signed a contract in 2021 for two fights. The announcement was made by businessman Eddie Hearn for North America’s channel ESPN.

It is expected that the locations of both will be announced in the coming days. Nine cities are for tombs. Saudi Arab. The United States, Qatar, Singapore and China are the highest ranked to receive the first match. Wembley Stadium in London, England, is reserved for a second duel, when spectators of 90,000 people are already vaccinated.

Scholarships for fighters will be split in June or July for the first fight. The winner received 60–40 in the second duel scheduled for November or December.

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The 31-year-old Joshua last fought in December when he defeated the Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev, while the 32-year-old Fury had not won a victory over Donte Wilder since February 2020.

Joshua has 24 wins (22 knockouts) and one defeat. Fury owns the World Boxing Council belt after 30 wins (21 knockouts) and one draw.

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