Tyson Fury has now declared that his struggle with Anthony Joshua is “100 per cent on” for August 14 in Saudi Arabia.
Bout agreements have been signed for the conflict in mid-March, with a website deal to fund it being labored on ever since.
In current weeks, it’s been understood that the events are edging ever nearer to finalising a reported $150million+ pact which can take the competition to Saudi Arabia.
And after a dialog with the Saudi organisers, the WBC heavyweight champion took to social media stuffed with confidence – with an official announcement from the promoters seemingly now imminent.
Fury stated: “I’ve bought some large information for you all guys.
“I’ve simply bought off the telephone from Prince Khalid of Saudi Arabia, he’s instructed me this struggle’s 100 per cent on.
“August 14, 2021 – summertime. All eyes of the world shall be on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
“I can not wait, repeat, can not wait to smash Anthony Joshua on the largest stage of all instances.
“That is gonna be the largest sporting occasion ever to grace the planet Earth.
“Don’t miss it, all eyes on us.”
Earlier this week, Fury’s UK co-promoter Frank Warren confirmed to talkSPORT that the date could be August 14.
This was later agreed with by AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn and Fury’s US co-promoter Bob Arum.
It seems all three main reps concerned with the staging of the struggle are actually on the identical web page as soon as once more and so official affirmation is simply across the nook.