Tyson Fury Says Anthony Joshua Can Work His Corner During Saturday Fight

WBC heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury (31-0-1), says that he has tickets in the bag for Anthony Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn. Fury wants the duo to attend his fight against Dillian Whyte (28-2, 19 KOs) on Saturday.

The fight is set to take place at the Wembley Stadium and many consider it to be one of the most anticipated fights of the year. However, the Brit wants Joshua and Hearn to be his guests in potentially his last fight.

The 33-year-old isn’t ignoring what Joshua’s job duties could bring to the table but believes that he won’t be surprised if it is something related to holding the bucket. This could potentially be the last time Fury steps in the ring.

The British boxer has already made up his mind that he is considering retiring once this fight is finished. He says his decision won’t be affected by the fact that he wins or loses on Saturday.

Fury believes that he is no longer interested in staying around to fight the winner between Oleksandr Usyk and Joshua in July.

“I would absolutely love if they [Joshua and Hearn] are my guests on Saturday. I have got a couple of tickets for them,” Fury said on iFL TV.

“Joshua can be in my corner if he wants to. I know he has reservations with Dillian Whyte, so it is up to him totally,” Fury added.

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