So after last night Fury v Joshua would be the fight to unify the heavyweight division, though I suspect both will look elsewhere before they look at each other. An additional complication is Fury being with BT and Joshua with Sky for their box office fights - not sure how that would be rectified without one jumping ship to the other. Be interesting though if the deal saw both able to sell it PPV and whether that might actually drive down prices.
A Sky/BT joint venture for a Fury/Joshua fight could be done, HBO and Showtime in the US managed to do it with Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather back in 2015 and I imagine it'd be very lucrative for both companies
So basically a joint production where they sell the programme on both services and split the revenue. I guess agreements would be in place to prevent them undercutting each other.
Would be nice if both said we don't need the money, let's go for the audience and have it FTA (and just bank the cash the Saudi's pay!) but that'll never happen.
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