Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury have finally reached an agreement over their heavyweight world title unification fight, according to promoter Bob Arum.
The much-anticipated bout has been in the works since Joshua beat Kubrat Pulev in December but Fury’s promoter Arum says “all the points” have now been agreed.
“(It’s done) as far as I am concerned,” Arum told iFL TV.
“That’s what each side has said. Now, we are scrambling around to get the thing signed and everything.
“But I can say clearly, based on my view on everything, that there are no more issues.”
No date or venue for the fight has been set but it will likely be staged in June or July in the Middle East; possibly Saudi Arabia where Joshua won his 2019 rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr.
Both champions will reportedly earn half of the 200 million pound purse, with a rematch already slated to be held in the UK later in the year.