Five things to know from what happened in the world of sport last week. June 16-22, 2020.

Heavyweight unification, courtesy of Crime? Tyson Fury and Joshua have allegedly agreed to fight for an All-British World Heavyweight Unification. That is, if they beat their next opponents and the legal action by Dillian Whyte (GBR), mandatory challenger. Insider has the story of how an Irish gang lord might have brokered it.

Federer out, Djokovic cries. Roger Federer has announced that he will not come back to play tennis this season due to a knee surgery. Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic went back to play his home in Belgrade, which moved him to tears after he dropped in front of 4,000 fas in his Adria Tour. Yahoo

Crowds are back in the stadiums. While the Premier League is devising its plans to come back to action with the fans on screens, New Zealand Super Rugby league came back to action with crowds of fans in situ and without facemasks. By CNN.

Baseball’s fallout to its shortest season. The MLB and the Players’ Association have a dispute that will shorten the season. The MLB Players are demanding a prorated pay that was not agreed in their March Agreement. Michigan Live explains how this might be the shortest season.

Aussie Rules. Aussie Rules football (AFL) is also back with limited spectators. The Gold Coast Suns ended a 427-day winless streak by shocking West Coast. Story by AAP/WWOS