Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury set for August 14 showdown in Saudi Arabia

The pair will go toe-to-toe in an all-British showdown to determine heavyweight's first undisputed champion since Lennox Lewis.

The wait is over.

According to sources, Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury will fight for all of the heavyweight marbles on August 14.

As expected, Saudi Arabia will host the all-British blockbuster having agreed a $150million site fee.

"It's as done as it can be. It's non-stop at the moment, but it's happening, it's 100 percent happening," Hearn said in a recent update about a fight which could become the most lucrative heavyweight fight of all-time.

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Frank Warren believes Sky Sports and BT Sport Box Office will share the pay-per-view rights in the UK.

"I think that everybody's pretty pragmatic as far as getting this fight on.

"BT, Sky - I think they may not want it, but I think they'll have to share it. I think it'll be the same in the States [with ESPN and DAZN].

"Everybody wants to see this fight happen, four belts, the two best heavyweights out there.

"There is a will to make this happen with everybody. We've just gotta make it happen, simple as that."

We are expecting an announcement this week.

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