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Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury are both set to earn £54m each from their summer blockbuster fight in a record-breaking Saudi Arabia site deal.
Joshua’s WBA, WBO and IBF belts will all be on the line, while the WBC title of Tyson Fury will also be up for grabs. It is looking increasingly likely that part one will take place in Saudi Arabia, before a Wembley rematch later in the year.
And according to ESPN, the fighters are set to earn £108m from the site fee alone, which will be evenly split between Joshua and Fury, while some of the cash is being used for expenses and the undercard.