Anthony Joshua reveals 'film study' of Fury vs Wilder rematch as he gears up for showdown with Brit rival in 2021

ANTHONY JOSHUA revealed his 'film study' of Tyson Fury's rematch with Deontay Wilder as he prepares fight his British rival this year.

Joshua, 31, and Fury, 32, are in the process of agreeing a potential double header, which could total £500million.


But while no contracts have officially been signed, the pair of heavyweight champions are beginning their early stages of preparation.

For AJ, as well as returning to the gym, he is putting in the hours of tactical analysis by watching Fury's past fights.

The WBA, IBF and WBO king uploaded a picture on Snapchat, which revealed him dissecting the Gypsy King's win over Wilder.

That night last February earned Fury the WBC belt, the only crown missing for Joshua's collection.

With the two agreeing a 50/50 split, they are on the verge of fighting for all four of the heavyweight marbles for the first time in history.

But, Wilder, 35, still believes he is contracted to a trilogy bout with Fury, and has launched a legal case to salvage his shot at revenge.

The WBC have confirmed to SunSport that the process is still ongoing.

For Joshua, he is mandated by the WBO to fight Oleksandr Usyk NEXT, and could risk having to vacate the strap.

But, Usyk, 33, has thrown his fellow Olympic gold medalist a lifeline by hinting he would step aside to allow for an undisputed title decider.

He told SunSport in December: "All four belts might end up in the same hands of one person.

"It might be a once in a lifetime opportunity. We should all talk and communicate for that to happen because it is a really big event."

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