Boxing No day off for the British boxer
A few days after Anthony Joshua boasted on social media about his fitness, Tyson Fury shared a video where he can be seen running on snow ahead the upcoming fight with his compatriot.
Some weeks ago, Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn revealed that the two parties are close to reaching an agreement for the fight to take place in May or June.
“Freezing cold, get out running, Thursday morning work,” said Fury on the video.
“Positivity for January. Get in guys.”
Joshua, who beat Kubrat Pulev in December to retain his IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight world titles upon his return to the ring, continues his preparations for the fight against Fury.
Their intention is for fans to be able to attend the fight, yet this will depend on the COVID-19 situation.
Both British boxers have begun to warm-up outside the ring with constant statements against each other. The day of Joshua‘s triumph against Pulev, Fury mocked his counterpart.
“Well there you go everyone,” said Fury.
“Anthony Joshua just sh*t himself live on television. He got asked did he want the fight and he went around the bushes and put his arse in the edge.”