Anthony Joshua’s retaliation with Oleksandr Usyk will take place at the Jeddah Super Dome, a record-breaking arena in Saudi Arabia.
The date of Joshua’s second heavyweight world title match against Usyk has not yet been confirmed, but the Jeddah Super Dome leadership has confirmed that it is the preferred place for a blockbuster match.
The Jeddah Super Dome, the largest geodesic dome in the world, which once stood without columns with a attendance of up to 40,000, hosted the WWE Elimination Chamber in February.
Sky Sports it was said that the SAD leadership still expects Usyk vs. Joshua to take place on July 23, despite recent reports of delays.
The British heavyweight star is trying to regain his WBA, WBO and IBF titles after a unanimous defeat with a Ukrainian in September.
Joshua reportedly teamed up with new coach Robert Garcia, who was pictured with fellow coach Angel Fernandez, at their current training base at Loughborough University.
The 32-year-old is returning to his second game in Saudi Arabia when he beat Andy Ruiz Jr. for points in a retaliatory match in December 2019.
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