By Jordan Seward For Mailonline
Published: 08:53 BST, 15 September 2020 | Updated: 08:57 BST, 15 September 2020
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury's prospective super fight remains on track for next year despite complications thrown up by the coronavirus pandemic, Top Rank president Todd DuBoef insisted.
The heavyweight rivals have only agreed financial terms on a two-fight deal and will first have to come through their impending title defences before they can sit down at the negotiating table to iron out the rest of the details.
Despite the pandemic causing concerns about where it could be staged and if fans will be able to attend, Top Rank chief DuBoef remains confident the blockbuster fight, which will determine the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis, will become a reality next year.
WBC world champion Tyson Fury is set to fight fellow title holder Anthony Joshua next year
Speaking to Sky Sports, DuBoef said: 'There is a gravitation to bring the titles together, and that