“We want to make sure this fight goes ahead for both fighters. Both camps have a responsibility to maximise the revenue for their biggest fight – this is the pinnacle of their careers, the biggest moment, nothing will ever beat it.
“At the same time, we all recognise this is two Brits fighting for the undisputed championship of the world. If there is a way to do it in the UK? Fantastic.”
Joshua has only fought outside of the UK twice, with his first bout against Andy Ruiz Jr. taking place at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden and the rematch in Saudi Arabia.
Comparatively, Fury has fought outside the UK on several occasions in America, Canada and Germany.