- Anthony Joshua has offered to join Tyson Fury in camp in preparation for his fight against Wilder
- And Tyson Fury has accepted to welcome Joshua to his camp in America ahead of rematch with Wilder in February 2020
- Joshua wants to support Tyson Fury to beat Deontay Wilder
British professional boxer Anthony Joshua has shown a great sense of sportsmanship by offering to spar fellow countryman Tyson Fury so as to prepare him for his upcoming fight against Wilder.
Tyson Fury will go to war with WBC champion Deontay Wilder in what will be a highly anticipated rematch in February 2020.
Recently, Tyson Fury fired his trainer Ben Davison two months before his clash with Wilder, and Anthony Joshua has offered to support by joining him in camp.
Joshua and Fury have not sparred since becoming seasoned pros and are direct rivals as the two best British heavyweights in the division.
"Fury if you need me, if you need me for sparring, we’re going to fight one day, I’ve sparred Tyson fury when we were kids anyway
''I’ll go out to America to spar Tyson fury to get him ready for this Wilder fight
"I would like that fight because I think Fury would fight me faster than Wilder would,'' Anthony Joshua explained according to Sky Sports.
And while responding to Anthony Joshua's offer, Tyson Fury thanked and welcomed him claiming that he will be waiting to see him in camp.
Fury also congratulated Anthony Joshua on his recent victory over Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported how Anthony Joshua has admitted that Islam has played a big role in his boxing career after beating Mexican-American opponent Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia.
Anthony Joshua reclaimed his belts after his victory over Andy Ruiz even though he had to win the fight via unanimous decision.