In April, Tyson Fury will get back to the ring against Dillian Whyte or Joe Joyce in the UK, says Bob Arum.
Fury crushed Deontay Wilder to end their good competition and arise as the unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion and the undisputed No 1 in the division.
Oleksandr Usyk took the IBF, WBA, and WBO titles from Anthony Joshua, and they are set for a rematch in mid-2022, which means Fury should search somewhere else for his next adversary.
Whyte pulled out from a match scheduled for Saturday against Otto Wallin with a shoulder injury, however, he actually holds the WBC interim heavyweight title and is expecting to at long last accept his first world title opportunity against Fury.
The WBC said, before Whyte’s withdrawal from battling Wallin, which Fury would need to take on the interim champion in case he couldn’t concur a battle for the undisputed title with Usyk.
According to Bob:
“would be very attractive in the UK,” but is now awaiting clarification from the WBC about the Brixton man’s status and availability to challenge for the WBC belt.
Fury’s other choice, Arum says, is the unbeaten Joyce who has halted Daniel Dubois and Carlos Takam in his past two battles. Fury and Joyce share Frank Warren as their UK promoter. The undisputed fantasy title battle to crown the division’s ruler would right now be among Fury and Usyk, even though Joshua can recapture his belts on the off chance that he wins the rematch. What do you think about boxing news Philippines fans?