Fury Smashes Punch Machine Challenge As He Prepares For Potential Anthony Joshua Clash

The reigning WBC heavyweight champ Tyson Fury is back in the gym as he is putting in the hard yards for a potential clash with his long-time British rival Anthony Joshua at the end of this year.

Fury was last seen in action in April 2022 when he swatted Dillian Whyte inside the sixth round. Following the encounter, the Gypsy King announced that he was hanging his gloves up for good and would only fight if a massive deal comes his way in the future.

And it seems like he is got one as he prepares for his peer, Joshua, a fight that has the potential to become an all-time British classic.

Meanwhile, Fury is seen busy hitting the gym in his hometown of Morecambe, the Gypsy King had a moment of fun after a session on Wednesday.

Fury’s assistant coach Andy Lee filmed the 33-year-old dismantling the punchball with a gigantic left hook and scoring an incredible 993 points – the maximum score is 999.

Joshua has reportedly accepted all the terms with the Fury side intends to send over a contract this week, which will then be reviewed by Joshua’s side and signed if it is acceptable to everyone.

The only obstacle that remains is the broadcasting rights between the two parties. Fury holds deals with BT Sport (UK) and ESPN (USA), while AJ is tied to DAZN (worldwide).

Things are moving in a positive direction with broadcasting companies willing to settle for a joint collaboration for this massive heavyweight clash.

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