The trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on 24 July has been postponed after Tyson Fury has tested positive for COVID-19. The biggest heavyweight bout of the summer has been rumoured to be rescheduled to Oct. 9 2021. Fury is expected to return to England and return to the United States for camp when the time is right.
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury have finalised the date for their undisputed heavyweight championship clash and will meet in a specially-created stadium says Eddie Hearn as official confirmation for one of the biggest heavyweight fights creeps closer. Fury and Joshua signed a two-fight deal in March to unify the title. The location is likely to be in Saudi Arabia Hearn told Sky Sports on May 11: "I think it's a very bad secret that the fight is happening in Saudi Arabia. To be honest with you, I don't mind giving you that information." The details remain sketchy as the fight is yet to be formally announced, but the two heavyweights could be in line for a record payday come August.
Britain’s Heavyweight Champion, Anthony Joshua has made financial donations to boxing gyms over fears that many may go out of business due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Joshua’s donations came after his promoter, Eddie Hearn voiced his concerns over as well as some amateur gyms already shutting down temporarily through the Lockdown in the United Kingdom (UK). “Boxing helped shape me, both physically and mentally,” said Joshua. “It is no secret that without boxing and the family created around my amateur gym, my life could have been very different.