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Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury all-British heavyweight showdown on December 3.

Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury are attempting to finalize an all-British heavyweight showdown on December 3. The unbeaten Fury holds the WBC title, while Joshua is bidding to become a three-time world champion .

The representatives of Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are working “positively” on a contract for the all-British super-fight.

But time is of the essence if it is to be finalized for the rival heavyweights to box in December.

AJ vs Fury

Frank Warren has given Anthony Joshua until ‘the end of this week’ to agree to fight Tyson Fury.

Earlier this month, the Gypsy King revealed that his long-awaited matchup with his fellow Brit is in the works.

Offered an immediate shot at redemption following back-to-back defeats to Oleksandr Usyk, Joshua has reportedly accepted a 40 per cent split of the purse worth £75million to fight Fury before the end of the year.

However, a deal to see AJ vs Fury share the ring has yet to come to fruition, much to the frustration of many.

Here is everything you need to know about Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury live on boxing tonight sky.

Joshua vs Fury – when will it happen?

Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury was originally set to take place over two fights, with the pair verbally agreeing a deal last summer.

The first fight was supposed to happen in August before Deontay Wilder’s team won a legal battle against Fury, securing the Bronze Bomber’s right to a contracted trilogy rematch, which he lost.

But negotiations are progressing nicely and it seems as if the huge fight will happen on December 3.

Joshua vs Fury – where will it take place?

As stated by Hearn, the first fight was likely to take place in Saudi Arabia, with a second eyed to take place in the UK.

Anthony Joshua successfully regained his titles against Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi while Tyson Fury wowed the crowd by making a WWE appearance in the Gulf State.

However reports suggest the ‘Battle of Britain’ clash will take place at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

Joshua vs Fury – how much will they earn?

A lot. That’s the simple answer.

But a figure of £70million has been floating around with Tyson Fury set to take home 60% of the purse whilst AJ takes 40%.

Hearn also spoke earlier this year about how he expects the pair to make ‘Mayweather money’, referencing the grand purses Floyd used to pull in for his fights.

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