Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua LIVE updates: Gypsy King 'to face Wilder on July 24' as AJ set to fight Usyk – latest

ANTHONY JOSHUA and Tyson Fury are in training for their HUGE heavyweight world title fight.

But there has been fresh dispute over the confirmation of the fight with Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 ordered by a US judge.

And it's been suggested by Bob Arum that trilogy showdown will be on July 24.

We'll be bringing you ALL of the latest developments on the bout plus all of the news from the world of boxing right here…

  • Jake Lambourne

    YOU MAE REGRET IT

    Jake Paul hit back at Tyson and Tommy Fury's taunts by sharing a flirty 'message' from his rival's girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague – only for her to claim it was a fake.

    World heavyweight king Tyson and half-brother Tommy say the latter would destroy the YouTuber in the ring – showing the unbeaten American what professional boxing was really like.

    But Paul labelled the Furys 'desperate' for enlisting NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal to help call him out and insisted he was leagues above Tommy.  

    The social media star then added controversy to the row by posting an Instagram image of an alleged DM from Molly-Mae in 2018.

    According to Paul's picture, she wrote: "Might be coming to America later this year and have always been a fan of your videos (heart emoji). Maybe you can show me around?!"

    But Molly-Mae, who met Tommy on Love Island in 2019, scoffed at that claim.

    The 21-year-old tweeted: "Times must be hard when you’re having to fake a DM…. (followed by two sad emojis)…photoshop is scary."

    Jake Paul posted this snap on his Instagram story
  • Marc Mayo

    GOOD MORNING BOXING FANS

    Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are likely to conclude their trilogy fights on July 24.

    The big bout will probably take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, which is where one of the sport’s biggest rivalries today will come to a climax.

    Fury seemed set for an all-British unification fight with Anthony Joshua but an arbitration court judge declared that Wilder is entitled to a rematch, after The Bronze Bomber turned down a step-aside fee.

    That means Joshua may have to fight Oleksandr Usyk a month later after the WBO issued AJ with a 48-hour deadline on Thursday.

    Wilder has broken his silence amid ongoing talks of a third fight against Tyson Fury.

    The American bruiser and The Gypsy King first touched gloves three years ago in a fight that ended in a controversial draw as many claimed the British superstar deserved the victory.

    The two heavyweights met again last year when Fury beat Wilder with a technical knockout in the seventh round.

    The Bronze Bomber is now expected to get his opportunity to reclaim his WBC belt this coming summer.

    Wilder had a message for Fury as he quoted Tupac’s ‘Hail Mary’ alongside a new workout video and wrote: “Revenge is the sweetest JOY next to getting p***y”.

    Meanwhile, Fury has shared a bizarre video of himself, his brother Tommy, his son Prince, trainer SugarHill Steward and NBA legend Shaquille O’Neill calling the Paul brothers out.

    To be more exact, Tommy and the rest of the crew are challenging Jake Paul to a fight.

    Tyson’s brother, a 5-0 light heavyweight boxer, has been in a war of words with the youngest of the Paul brothers and a fight between the two has long been touted.

    Tommy has stated that he would have broken Jake’s jaw if he tried the same thing he did with Floyd Mayweather.

    Paul and Mayweather had a heated confrontation in front of the cameras until the YouTube personality grabbed Mayweather’s cap and ran away before the legendary boxer and some others chased after him.

    Fury insists it would have been different if he were in Money’s shoes as the controversial celebrity would have been knocked out.

  • Kostas Lianos

    FIGHT DATE

    Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are likely to conclude their trilogy fights on July 24.

    The bout will probably take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

    Fury seemed set for an all-British unification fight with Anthony Joshua but an arbitration court judgedeclared that Wilder is entitled to a rematch, after The Bronze Bomber turned down a step-aside fee.

    Joshua may fight Oleksand Usyk a month later

  • Kostas Lianos

    WILDER BREAKS SILENCE

    Deontay Wilder has broken his silence amid talks of a third fight against Tyson Fury.

    Wilder’s successful legal case to enforce a third meeting with Fury may have scrapped plans for the all-British unification showdown between The Gupsy King and Anthony Joshua.

    The Bronze Bomber turned down a step-aside fee, which could amount to approximately £20million.

    Thus, the American boxer is now expected to get his opportunity to reclaim his WBC belt at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on 24 July, while Oleksandr Usyk could face Joshua a month later.

    Wilder had a message for Fury as he quoted Tupac’s ‘Hail Mary’ alongside a new workout video and wrote: "Revenge is the sweetest JOY next to getting p***y"

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    A post shared by Deontay Wilder (@bronzebomber)

  • Kostas Lianos

    MIND THE CAP

    Tommy Fury has stated that he would have broken Jake Paul's jaw if he tried the same thing he did with Floyd Mayweather.

    Paul and Mayweather had a heated confrontation in front of the cameras until the YouTube personality grabbed Mayweather's cap and ran away before the legendary boxer and some other chased after him.

    Fury insists it would have been different if he were in Money's shoes as the controversial celebrity would have been knocked out.

    Here's what he told Dev Sahni:

  • Kostas Lianos

    HITTING IT HARD

    Tyson Fury has stepped up his training amid ongoing talks with Anthony Joshua's representatives over a dream match in August.

    Joshua and Fury's match, which is expected to take place in Saudi Arabia, has hit a few hurdles.

    AJ has been issued with a 48-hour deadline to sort out the fight or face Oleksandr Usyk instead.

    The Gypsy King, on the other hand, still has Deontay Wilder waiting for him after the American turned down a step-aside fee as he looks for revenge.

  • Kostas Lianos

    FURY-OUS CHALLENGE

    Tyson Fury has shared a bizarre video of himself, his brother Tommy, his son Prince, trainer SugarHill Steward and NBA legend Shaquille O'Neill calling the Paul brothers out.

    To be more exact, Tommy and the rest of the crew are challenging Jake Paul to a fight.

    Tyson's brother, a 5-0 light heavyweight boxer, has been in a war of words with the younger of the Paul brothers and a fight between the two has long been touted.

    Check it out:

  • Kostas Lianos

    JOSHUA RETALIATES

    Anthony Joshua had another response during his fiery exchange with Tyson Fury on Twitter.

    Fury challenged Joshua to a "bare-knuckle" fight following the WBO's 48-hour deadline that could see the dream match getting postponed as the latter would have to face Oleksandr Usyk.

    Here's what AJ had to say:

  • Kostas Lianos

    FURY-OUS EXCHANGE

    Tyson Fury has hit back at Anthony Joshua once more claiming he will "smoke" Deontay Wilder first.

    This casts doubt over a potential dream match between Fury and Joshua as the former has suggested he will fight Wilder first.

    The Bronze Bomber was offered a step-aside fee to let the fight between the two British heavyweights go ahead.

    However, the American turned it down as he wants to avenge last year's loss to Fury

  • Kostas Lianos

    JOSHUA RETALIATES

    Anthony Joshua issued the following response to Tyson Fury's challenge to a "bare-knuckle fight" as their dream match is dealing with plenty of hurdles.

    Joshua posted: "If there was an arbitration going on, why announce to the world we are fighting! The fight was signed! UNDISPUTED.

    "Bare knuckle? You’re a good kid, don’t play with me Luke!

    "I’ll slap your bald head & you’ll do nothing! Waste man"

  • Kostas Lianos

    FURY RESPONDS

    Tyson Fury has hit back at Anthony Joshua's recent tweet.

    Joshua called Fury a "fraud" and claimed he "let boxing down" as their dream fight is starting to face many hurdles.

    The Gypsy King tweeted the following answer: "@anthonyjoshua
    your more full of s**t that [sic] Eddie, Spouting absolute s***e!

    "Your full team knew there was an Arbitration going on, it was out of my hands! but i tell you what if i’m a fraud let’s fight this weekend bare knuckles till 1 man quits? let’s put up 20 mill each!!!"

  • Kostas Lianos

    LASHING OUT

    Anthony Joshua has taken to Twitter to lash out to Tyyson Fury once more as their dream match is facing plenty of hurdles.

    Fury's rival Deontay Wilder has turned step-aside money down whereas the WBO have given Joshua a 48-hour deadline to sort out his fight with The Gypsy King or he will have to fight Oleksandr Usyk.

    AJ tweeted: "@Tyson_Fury the world now sees you for the fraud you are.

    "You’ve let boxing down!

    "You lied to the fans and led them on. Used my name for clout not a fight.

    "Bring me any championship fighter who can handle their business correctly"

  • Kostas Lianos

    FUND AND GAMES

    Anthony Joshua has jokingly suggestedhe will set up a GoFundMe page to pay off Deontay Wilder so that he can have his dream match with Tyson Fury next.

    Joshua posted on his Snapchat: “I’m thinking about starting a GoFundMe page to raise money for Wilder’s step-aside payment.

    “So I can smoke that fat guy with skinny legs from Manchester.

    “These heavyweights need a podcast or something, they do more talking than fighting."

    However, Wilder has already turned down a large step-aside fee as he wants revenge from Fury following last year's loss

  • Kostas Lianos

    WBO NOTICE

    Anthony Joshua has been issued with a 48-hour deadline by the WBO to rectify his dream match with Tyson Fury before he is ordered to face Oleksandr Usyk.

    That is according to Sky Sports, who claim Joshua and Fury will have to move fast.

    The Gypsy King has also met a hurdle as Deontay Wilder is not willing to take the step-aside money that would allow his rival's match with AJ to go ahead.

    Wilder is looking for revenge after his loss to the British superstar last year

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  • Kostas Lianos

    PREDICTION TY-ME

    Tyson Fury's training partner Stephen McKenna insists The Gypsy King is going to beat Deontay Wilder again.

    McKena told Mirror Fighting: "Tyson Fury is too smart.

    "He's too good, he has Wilder beat, even looking at what he did with him last fight, he got him out of there fairly quick and I think there's only one winner there and it's Fury.

    "He's a great man even in the gym, he always brings a great atmosphere to the gym and he's a very motivational guy"

  • Kostas Lianos

    BOMBS AWAY

    Deontay Wilder is going to "knock Tyson Fury out cold" in their third fight.

    That is according to Floyd Mayweather's right-hand man Leonard Ellerbe, who claims Fury is set to face a completely different Wilder if and when they face off again.

    Ellerbe told IFL TV: "Wilder knocks him out cold this time.

    "Sugar Hill made some adjustments, they tweaked something [in Fury’s game]. It was a great adjustment. But Wilder can do some things where the advantages are in his favour.

    “But he’s got to do it from the start. You know, he don’t need to sit back. He definitely don’t need to sit back, because Fury’s a tremendous boxer, especially for his size.

    "But I fully expect, from what I know and, I’m privy to a lot of things that most people aren’t, and there’s a whole new Deontay Wilder that they ain’t seen. And I fully expect him to implement that when they go”

  • Kostas Lianos

    NO TAY

    Deontay Wilder appears to be on the brink of a third fight with Tyson Fury.

    Wilder doesn't seem keen on taking step-aside money that would allow Fury's clash with Anthony Joshua to take place first as he is prioritising revenge.

    The Gypsy King shared a post online mocking The Bomber and his "excuses" after a defeat.

    But the American star has yet to respond to the swipe

  • Joe Brophy

    WILD N OUT

    Deontay Wilder has ‘NO INTEREST’ in taking step aside money in what would be a huge blow to Tyson Fury’s super-fight with Anthony Joshua.

    Wilder’s new trainer Malik Scott shared the news on Instagram, as he all-but confirmed the heavyweight is prioritising revenge over a payday.

    Scott, 40, posted: “Wilder declined and had no interest in step-aside money. Y’all dealing with a whole different type motherf***a over here.

    “He want the blood, not that step-aside money. ‘Retribution is upon us’.”

  • Joe Brophy

    NO JOSHING

    Anthony Joshua is keeping silent over the news that Tyson Fury may have to fight Deontay Wilder first.

  • Joe Brophy

    TALE OF THE TAPE

    WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is on the brink of a third fight with Deontay Wilder.

    Here's how the two fighters compare…

  • Joe Brophy

    EDDIE SET GO

    Eddie Hearn has warned Tyson Fury must resolve his trilogy issue with Deontay Wilder this week – or else they turn to Oleksandr Usyk.

    Hearn said on Matchroom Boxing’s YouTube channel: “I have been focusing on Plan A. The only fight we had our mind on was Tyson Fury.

    “We hope that that fight can still take place on August 14th.

    “The game changed last night where we have to have a plan B in place, and probably a plan C as well.

    “We have a couple of different options; of course, the one that springs to mind immediately is the WBO mandatory of Oleksandr Usyk.

    “They have been quite patient and I think really, we are in a situation where if Team Fury don’t get themselves together, get their act together, by the end of this week, we will have no option but to look for an alternative fight.”

  • Joe Brophy

    PACKING ON THE PDA

    Tyson Fury cosied up to pregnant wife Paris on Instagram yesterday proving they've never been stronger as they reunited in Miami.

    The boxer, 32, was seen kissing his other half as they dined out after spending the day sunbathing alongside his brother Tommy, 21.

  • Joe Brophy

    WILD CLAIMS

    Tyson Fury has thrown shade at Deontay Wilder by listing his varied excuses for why he lost to the Gypsy King last year.

  • Joe Brophy

    WHIP ROUND

    A boxing fan desperate to see Tyson Fury fight Anthony Joshua has set up a GoFundMe page for Deontay Wilder.

    The biggest fight in the history of British boxing is on the brink of collapse after a judge ruled Fury owes Wilder a trilogy fight.

    Former WBC king Wilder is willing to step aside – but only if he's paid a whopping £14m ($20m).

    And boxing fan Greg Double has started a whip-round in order to help Team Fury pay off The Bronze Bomber.

  • Joe Brophy

    FAST AND FURY=OUS

    Tyson Fury has seemingly accepted he may not fight Anthony Joshua this summer – but he's warned his fellow Brit he'll 'smash him to bits.'

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