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'I'll sign the contract today' – Tyson Fury reveals he is ready to end retirement to fight Anthony Joshua FOR FREE | The Sun

TYSON FURY has promised to sign a contract to fight Anthony Joshua TODAY – but only if it's for free.

The Gypsy King vowed he will come out of retirement for a mouthwatering battle of Britain clash against Joshua.


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Fury initially said earlier this year that his sixth round knockout win over Dillian Whyte in April was his final fight.

Then in a stunning U-turn he then revealed he would return to fight Joshua for half a BILLION pounds, before suggesting he would do the fight for nothing.

He has now reiterated that any future dust up with AJ has to be for free – and he is ready to sign a contract for the bout.

Fury said on his Instagram: "This is reconfirmation on what I've said about fighting Anthony Joshua for f*** all in England.

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"That's how the fight happens, I'll sign the contract today. The fight's got to be for free. Free-to-air television and all tickets go for free.

"No money is to be made out of this British historic fight if it happens.

"There's the terms, I'm in the driving street. Take it of effing leave it. The ball is in your court guys, take it or leave it either way I don't give a damn.

"There's the offer. Peace out."

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Joshua takes on Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia next month with the Watford warrior bidding to win back the WBA, WBO, IBF & IBO world titles Usyk stole off him last September.

But Fury is already targeting a non-profit bout with his Brit rival.

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