Frank Warren has reacted viciously at rival promoter Eddie Hearn for letting slip that Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have accepted the agreements for their double heavyweight confrontationn in 2021. Accurate Gist reports.

Hearn, who has been Joshua’s progression for the totality of his pugilistic profession, affirmed on Monday that an arrangement has been struck for the pair to at last lock horns in two anxiously-anticipated sessions not long from now.

All that is left to be arranged before their proposed first gathering this late summer is the battle venue, with Saudi Arabia and Macau supposedly driving the competition to organize it.

By the by, Fury’s advertiser Warren has been left angry with Hearn for reporting that the two pugilist have concurred to their agreements.

He told talkSPORT that everyone consented to an arrangement that there would be no declarations except if they were joint declarations and that came out unexpectedly without any approval yesterday.

“Everybody signed an agreement that there would be no announcements unless they were joint announcements and that came out the blue yesterday.

“We are all not happy but it is out there now – there is nothing we can do about that.

“But there is a long way to go yet in as much we have to sort out venues. We have a couple venues we are looking at and that is where we are.

“I believe it will happen when they get in the ring. We’ve still got a way to go.

“But everybody is on the same page to make this work. We are all collectively working to get a venue sorted now.”

“I trust it will happen when they get in the ring. We’ve actually got a best approach.

“However, everyone is in total agreement to make this work. We are generally all in all attempting to set everything straight at this point.”

It is understood that Fury and Joshua currently have a month to reach an agreement on a venue for the event that they need the fighting to occur this late summer.

Saudi Arabia and Macau, Las Vegas, Singapore and Dubai have additionally been endorsed as likely destinations.