Anthony Joshua’s workforce have confirmed they accepted phrases set out by the workforce of Tyson Fury forward of a possible combat on December 3.
Joshua’s 258 Administration and Matchroom said on social media that communication had been halted as a result of passing of Queen Elizabeth II, and that they have been ready for a response.
Frank Warren, Fury’s promoter, has since replied: “Contract will probably be with you very quickly.”
Fury just lately challenged Joshua to a long-awaited all-British showdown and supplied the two-time world champion a 60-40 purse after it emerged a potential undisputed conflict towards Oleksandr Usyk would doubtless have to attend till 2023.
The 34-year-old initially highlighted November 26 at Wembley or December 3 at Cardiff as potential dates for the combat.
The Gypsy King marked his UK homecoming with a sixth-round knockout win over Dillian Whyte at Wembley in April, and preceded to reiterate plans to retire earlier than informing the WBC he supposed to renew his profession on the finish of final month.
Joshua, who suffered a cut up determination defeat to Usyk in final month’s rematch, entered the WBC rankings at No 6 this week.