Eddie Hearn has announced the fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury will take place in Saudi Arabia on either dates of August 7th or 14th.
The fight which would determine the undisputed world of boxing champion has four belts at stake.
The unification bout will see Anthony Joshua risk his four belts while Tyson Fury will also be putting his unbeaten record with the WBA belt at stake.
Eddie Hearn told Skysports in an interview that the date of the Tokyo Olympics will influence the Tyson-Fury fight to avoid clashing with important events at the Olympics.
The match will produce the first Undisputed Heavyweight Champion in 21 years.
The British-Nigerian boxing champion Joshua has a standing record of 24 wins and just one loss with 22 being knockouts while Tyson Fury has 30 wins with 21 being knockouts.
Anthony Joshua fell to a defeat in his first bout against Andy Ruiz jr while he staged a victorious comeback in the return bout of December 2019.
In about a year after, Joshua fought and defeated Kubrat Pulev in a compulsory challenge fight by the International Boxing Federation (IBF).
Fury on the other hand knocked Deontay Wilder out in the seventh round of their first bout in the second month of 2020.
The bout was arranged to come with a conditional rematch which Wilder immediately demanded but was canceled amidst Wilder’s injury and coronavirus pandemic which put a ban on sporting activities.
The two boxers, AJ and Gypsy King, will be battling for the pride of who is the biggest and strongest British boxer of the 21st century.
Both fighters engaged in a fight talk just some hours ago with AJ describing himself as “a Spartan who prefers action to mere talks of Fury” while Fury replied by describing AJ as “no talk, no action.”