Tyson Fury offers to fight Anthony Joshua for free

Tyson Fury offers to fight Anthony Joshua for free

WBC title holder Tyson Fury has reported that he will get back to the ring against individual Briton Joshua Anthony in an allowed to-see and allowed to-go to coordinate.

Fierceness said in June that he was finished with boxing, however at that point adjusted his perspective and said he would promptly sign an agreement to battle Anthony assuming his terms were acknowledged.

"The match ought to be watched without cash," Fury wrote in an Instagram post. "It ought to be looked free of charge on TV and every one of the tickets ought to be free. No cash ought to be produced using this British memorable match," said the boss cited by BTA. He declared that these were his terms, which should either be acknowledged or he wouldn't take an interest.

Fury knocked out Great Britain's Dillian Whyte in April to defend his title, then announced to his fans that he would keep a promise to his wife and retire from the sport.

However, in June he said he would fight again for £500m.

Joshua lost his WBA, IBF and IBO titles after losing to Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk in London in September, with a rematch between the two scheduled to take place in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on August 20.