Anthony Joshua debunks claims he’s accepted cash to allow Tyson Fury v Oleksandr Usyk title fight

Anthony Joshua

Former Unified Heavy Weight Champion, Anthony Joshua has reacted to claims that he’s accepted a £15m step aside offer to allow an undisputed world title fight between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk.

Joshua late last year, activated a rematch clause to fight Usyk for the WBA, IBF, and WBO heavyweight belts, he lost to the Ukrainian in September.

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But in recent reports, it was claimed Joshua was set to accept a £15m deal to step aside and allow Usyk to fight WBC champion Fury instead for all the belts.

Responding to the speculation, Joshua said on the Undefeated Podcast: ‘You know what’s bad about all these interviews I see? I see interviews that quote what I said, I think to myself, I ain’t done no interviews.

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‘Where did this person get this information from? I see people saying “AJ accepts £15m to step aside.”

‘I ain’t signed no contract, I ain’t seen no contract. As it stands, stop listening to the b*t until it comes from me.

‘I’m the man in control of my destiny. I’m the man who handles my business. I’m a smart individual and I make calculated decisions every step of the way.

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‘Don’t listen to the bt from other sources. If I tell you something then you know it’s real.’

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