Gigantic Saudi Arabia site fee for Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury reportedly revealed to be upwards of $150million

The proposed site fee from Saudi Arabia to host Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury is reportedly over $150million.

Contracts are signed for the fight deal but the date and venue are yet to be officially confirmed.

Between them, AJ and Fury currently hold all four major heavyweight world titles

AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn last week revealed that both camps have agreed on a site deal, which he said will be finalised in writing very soon.

It has since been reported that this deal is from Saudi Arabia, who previously hosted Joshua’s rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr in 2019.

And now, according to ESPN, it can be revealed that the colossal site fee is upwards of $150million.

If finalised as expected, it’s claimed that each boxer will make $75million from the site deal alone, with the rest of the money (several million dollars) set for expenses such as undercard fights.

Joshua and Fury will also rake in millions more through PPV buys and worldwide broadcast deals.

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