Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury is in grave danger as Deontay Wilder won his case for a trilogy fight against the ‘Gypsy King’.
Having initially separated after their draw in 2018, Fury and Wilder signed a two-fight deal to meet again twice last year.
The Briton stopped the American from winning his WBC heavyweight title in February 2020 and Wilder then activated his clause to force a trilogy contest.
After several delays, including the pandemic, pushed the fight back several times, Fury’s team announced they were quitting the competition because the contract had expired.
The arbitrator handling the case has now ruled otherwise, insisting the couple must reunite by September 15.