BREAKING: Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua off as Deontay Wilder trilogy ordered

Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua is off after Deontay Wilder’s arbitration case ordered that the Gypsy King must face the American for a third time.

Fury knocked out Wilder last February to become heavyweight world champion for a second time.


He was contracted to offer his rival a rematch but their July date was scrapped due to the coronavirus crisis.

The trilogy bout was pushed back to first October and then December before it was again postponed, prompting Fury to walk away.

He turned his attention to fellow world champion Anthony Joshua and their undisputed clash was scheduled for August 14 in Saudi Arabia.

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But Wilder disputed Fury’s right to walk away from his contract and took his grievances to arbitration with retired judge Daniel Weinstein examining the case.

The news will come as a huge blow to British boxing fans, who were desperate to see Fury and Joshua do battle this summer.

Fury himself had appeared confident the clash would go ahead, announcing on Sunday that the deal was all but done

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