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The legendary boxing promoter says "there are no more issues" regarding the heavyweight super-fight.
He said both parties are currently in the process of getting all the contracts signed, with an official announcement to follow.
Speaking to iFL TV, he revealed: "As far as I'm concerned, I've been working on it and all of the points have been agreed to."
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The WBC and The Ring world heavyweight title holder Fury will face the WBA (super), IBF and WBO world heavyweight champion Joshua in June or July.
The location is unknown, but both sides agree that it's very likely to be staged outside of the UK.
The Middle East and China are among the places which could host the blockbuster world title bout.
Frank Warren previously claimed Fury vs. Joshua is "very close" to being done.
"The fight is very close to being done now. It's all COVID-19 related but I think it will go on some time in June, latest July," he told Nick Parkinson.
"It's going to be a two-fight deal, and it depends what happens in the first fight and agreement of all parties as to where and what happens after that."
The 'Gypsy King' hasn't fought since destroying Deontay Wilder back in February 2020.
He was supposed to face 'The Bronze Bomber' for a third time until the coronavirus pandemic scrapped the proposed trilogy bout.
As for 'AJ', he last fought in December 2020 when he stopped mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev.
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