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The probability went up once again for the British heavyweight showdown as reports stated that the deal would be agreed in the next couple of weeks.

Tyson Fury and Antony Joshua will clash for the undisputed heavyweight title match and the best British heavyweight boxer among the two.

The noise coming out from both sides has been nothing but positive, hence reassuring that the super fight just inches closer to become a reality finally.

Joshua, the unified heavyweight belt, will face his greatest opponent in Tyson Fury, the WBC heavyweight titleholder.

Fury remains unbeaten after 30 fights, including 21 wins via knockouts. He defeated the then-unbeaten champion Deontay Wilder to reclaim the spot as the top heavyweight fighter.

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On the other, Joshua suffered a setback after being defeated by the underdog Andy Ruiz Jr. He then bounced back to take back his belts. He recently fought Kubrat Pulev to defend the title as people continue to doubt his reign.

Their upcoming fight will be the decider.

“We’re all on the same page, as far as I can see,” Bob Arum of the Top Rank Promotions said.

It is a fight to make to resurrect the hype and excitement in boxing.