Rival champions from Great Britain exchanged passionate messages on social media as discussions continued over their undisputed fight for the world heavyweight title this summer.
Joshua promoter Hearn admits the Unified Champion is getting impatient as Fury has yet to agree to the remaining terms, but the Matchroom boss remains confident the fight will be announced this week.
“I saw AJ’s tweets. He’s tired, the fans are tired and everyone is tired, ”Hearn said. Sky Sports News.
“We are in a phase where people are frustrated. The deal is done. We are now in the details of the contract, which came back last Friday. He came back last night. They are now on appeal at the office. about that, and I think at some point people are going to have to take a little leap of faith in this deal.
“From our point of view and AJ’s point of view, we’re good to go. From Tyson Fury’s point of view, they have a few lawyers in front of their point of view.
AJ’s tweet last night was, “Come on, less talk, more action. Let’s do this! ‘There’s no reason it can’t happen this week.
“AJ’s tweet last night was, ‘Come on, less talk, more action. Let’s do this! “
“There is no reason why it should not happen this week. It’s kind of like when you could actually turn around at this point and say, ‘This is dragging on too long, or I can’t handle this anymore.’
“But we have to nail this, and I’m not going to stop until I do, and everyone just has to move forward collectively.”
“We are ready to go from our side. We are not far from their side and it is inevitable, but at the same time we have to close the door. “