The sporting calendar, like many other industries in the world, has been impacted by the global pandemic which has ensured that many major events have had to be cancelled or postponed combatting the spread of the virus. Due to this, many of the postponed events have had to be moved to this year and so the sporting calendar is looking very full this year and a lot of enticing events to look forward to this summer.
One of the major events that got cancelled last summer was the Euro 2020 football tournament which is the first time in which a national football event has been cancelled since the World Wars. What this has meant is that football fans have had to wait three years since the last football tournament and therefore the anticipation for the tournament this year is higher than ever. There will be several clubs that will believe they are the favourites for the tournament including France, Belgium, and England with many pundits describing it could go either way.
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Another major event that was cancelled and postponed until this year due to the pandemic was that of the Olympics, yet there is still a worry that it could potentially get cancelled this year due to rising cases in Tokyo in recent weeks. The Olympics is always one of the most watched sporting events every four years, as there is a sport out there that can interest anyone which makes it why one of the most watched and certainly highly anticipated events of the summer this year.
And finally, although we didn’t to see the undisputed heavyweight championship fight between champions Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury due to the arbitration and so we will be seeing Tyson Fury take on Deontay Wilder in a trilogy fight. Although Fury knocked out Wilder convincing in their last fight in February 2020 in the 7th round, Wilder now believe that he can turn back the clocks and show everyone why he is one of the most dangerous heavyweight champions in history and is certainly a fight in which we are looking forward to on July 24th.