Anthony Joshua not fazed by Fury-Whyte tickets being sold out in minutes

Former unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua said he really doesn’t care about tickets being sold out in matter of minutes for the upcoming Wembley battle between WBC heavyweight king Tyson Fury and the mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte.

Joshua fellow countrymen will headline probably the biggest event in 2022 in combat sports. The championship fight is scheduled for April 23 and it will take place in London.

The tickets for the event got sold just in matter of minutes, according to Fury, who will be fighting in front of home crowd for the first time since 2018.

When asked about seeing his rival headline a venue of that size for the first time by iFL TV, AJ was quick to laugh off the importance of such a move.

He insisted: “I don’t care! I didn’t lose a blink of sleep over someone else headlining Wembley. I’m proud of them.

“It’s nice bruv sic, do you know what I’m saying? Especially Tyson’s dad John, he’s buzzing. He gets to see his son fight. That’s who I’m happy for. Good luck to both of them, we’ll be ringside.

“Listen, I want some discounts on those tickets because I’ve seen them on StubHub!”

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