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BT Sport Boxing published this video item, entitled “Tyson Fury Needs To Fight TWICE In 2021 With or WITHOUT Anthony Joshua – John Fury” – below is their description.
John Fury insists a ‘signed’ deal for Tyson Fury v Anthony Joshua far from guarantees that the super-fight happens. He added that his son will walk away from biggest fight in world boxing, for the time being, if it stops him fighting twice in 2021.BT Sport Boxing YouTube Channel
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