Report gathered by our outfit indicates that Saudi Arabia has proposed $150million as site charge to have Anthony Joshua versus Tyson Fury this late spring and the two contenders will share the cash equally.
Agreements have been signed for the British heavyweight stars to battle for the undisputed WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO heavyweight title of the world yet the date and scene are yet to be formally affirmed.
AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn a week ago clarified that the two camps have agreed on a site deal.
Presently, as indicated by ESPN, it tends to be uncovered that the site charge is upwards of $150million and if finished, every fighter will make $75million from the site deal alone, with the remainder of the cash (a few million dollars) set for costs, for example, undercard fights.
Joshua and Fury will likewise round up millions more through pay-per-view purchases and overall transmission bargains as both Sky Sports and BT Sport will show the battle on Pay Per View (PPV).
The dates being considered for the fight are July 24, July 31 and August 7.