Tyson Fury posted polls throughout his social media pages on Friday afternoon, asking his followers whether or not they imagine Anthony Joshua will signal to face him subsequent.
The undisputed WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO heavyweight world title combat seems to be closing in on a executed deal, although the ‘Gypsy King’ stays sceptical.
Fury tweeted: “Does AJ have the balls to combat me?”
There have been two choices on the ballot for his followers – “Sure he does and can,” or, “No he’ll discover a approach out.”
He replicated the identical ballot on Instagram.
A slight majority voted for the damaging choice on every platform.
Regardless, AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn has mentioned that he can’t envisage a situation during which AJ vs Fury doesn’t occur subsequent.
Hearn instructed the Boxing Information Podcast: “There shall be some [minor issues] once you go all the way down to the altering rooms and that.
“However that’s stuff that you simply work by means of to resolve it.
“Whenever you discuss Deontay Wilder vs Joshua [negotiations], we by no means even had a draft contact.
“With this it’s – all of the factors have been mentioned, the contract’s been drafted, it’s been obtained, it’s going backwards and forwards with minor factors.
“I truly don’t see any approach this combat falls aside.
“Topic to the world simply falling on its a***, which may occur!
“However now we have no Plan B, which is kind of uncommon.
“Usually you’d go, ‘If this don’t undergo, we’ll take this combat or we’ll do this.’
“We’re similar to, ‘That is taking place.’ And he’s in precisely the identical boat.
“Fury ain’t another combat, nor are High Rank and we’re not both.”