Tyson Fury has returned to negotiations for the all-British heavyweight super-fight with Anthony Joshua.
Fury has set his rival another deadline and called for him to sign the contract for their showdown today.
“My promoter Frank Warren convinced me to let Queensberry carry on negotiating with your team this week, despite me knowing that you were never going to do this fight,”
Fury said. “So the deadline was Monday,” Fury said. “I allowed Frank to continue doing meetings with your team and your broadcasters and all that.
Now we have BT, DAZN and ESPN all on the same page. They are happy with everything, they are all ready to rock and roll.
Joshua has previously insisted that he would sign the contract, but it had to go through his lawyers and management team.
In a direct challenge to him, Fury declared, “Everybody is done.
If you’re a man, and if you’ve got any sort of dignity and pride about you, you’ll get this contract signed today.