Fury, Joshua bout 90% certain – Warren

Tyson Fury's long-awaited fight with British-Nigerian Anthony Joshua is 90% done, according to Fury's promoter Frank Warren, who said that

everyone involved in the "Battle of Britain" wants it to happen. In the last few months, Fury has changed his mind about a lot of things,

starting with his decision to retire after Dillian Whyte stopped him in the sixth round in April. He had originally wanted to fight Oleksandr Usyk,

whom Joshua beat in Saudi Arabia last month to keep the world heavyweight titles.

But because of family issues, the Ukrainians didn't want to fight until 2023. This led Fury to offer Joshua the chance to fight for the WBC heavyweight belt.

Joshua's management team, 258 said on Tuesday that the terms of the fight had been agreed upon last week, but confirmation had to wait

because Queen Elizabeth II had died. Warren says that there is still work to be done on the fight, which is currently scheduled for December 3