Tuesday, December 7

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“I Don’t See Anthony Joshua Beating Tyson Fury In An All-British Heavyweight Clash Next Year” – George Foreman

Frankie Omokhua Boxing great, George Foreman, believes Anthony Joshua will be unable to beat Tyson Fury should the two British heavyweights clash as is expected in 2021. The British pair earlier this year agreed a 'two-fight financial package' for bouts in 2021 and if both beat upcoming mandatory opponents, it would be for the undisputed heavyweight championship of the world.  Joshua faces Kubrat Pulev next week while Fury's next opponent is yet to be confirmed – but, should the Brits clash, two-time heavyweight champion, Foreman, is backing the Gypsy King to come out on top.  “That boy Tyson Fury, you're gonna have to bring everything you've got to beat him”, says Foreman.   “And, I'm going to be honest with you, I just cannot see Jo...
Joshua/Pulev Fight May Hold Abroad, Because Of New Govt Restrictions In The UK – Eddie Hearn
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Joshua/Pulev Fight May Hold Abroad, Because Of New Govt Restrictions In The UK – Eddie Hearn

Frankie Omokhua   World Heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, will ‘definitely’ fight Kubrat Pulev this year despite the new restrictions on spectators that were introduced on Friday, though, the latest developments have increased the likelihood of the bout taking place overseas. Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, confirmed earlier this week that the fight had been moved to December in line with projections of bigger crowds being permitted to sporting events in this country. But, in the wake of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement on Friday that fans will no longer be allowed to attend pilot events this weekend, amid a rise in Covid cases, Hearn has indicated they could be forced to change Joshua’s plans. While he guaranteed WBA, IBF and WBO champion would still be...
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