From calling the fight off twice with imaginary deadlines to agreeing TV terms… Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have been saying totally different things during Battle of Britain talks – here’s where negotiations really stand ahead of the December bout

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Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are still in negotiations over their potential boutThe British heavyweight boxers could go head-to-head in December this yearThe contract for the fight has not yet been signed and Fury is getting frustratedAs a result, the Gypsy King has called off the fight twice in the last four daysHowever, Joshua and Eddie Hearn have both said they are planning on signingSportsmail have rounded up exactly what’s been said and where things stand 

The proposed Battle of Britain bout between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua has taken more twist and turns than a snake with an itch.

The Gypsy King has twice called the fight off in the last four days, Eddie Hearn has accused Fury of spreading false information and Frank Warren has called AJ’s demands ‘nonsensical’.

Much like the rest of us, Tony Bellew has said the Fury vs AJ situation has turned into a farce, while the likes of Dillian Whyte has said it’s all getting a bit ‘silly’ after months of negotiations.

So, due to the never-ending amount of chaos surrounding the proposed fight, Sportsmail have decided to break down exactly what’s been said by both parties and outline where the negotiations stand at the moment.

Fury told Joshua he has until 5pm on Monday to sign the contract for their proposed fight

Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury