Boxing fans despair at fight 'no one wants to see' as Tyson Fury's likely next opponent is revealed | The Sun

FRANK WARREN is set for a meeting with the WBC in a bid to force through Tyson Fury's next fight.

The Gypsy King saw talks for the heavyweight division's first four-belt unification bout against Oleksandr Usyk collapse earlier in the year.

A deal for the historic title bout fell through amid a row over the split for a potential rematch.

So Fury, 34, instead turned his attention to a summer return fight at Wembley before eyeing an undisputed showdown with Usyk, 36, after.

But the undefeated WBC champion has been left with little available options on the table.

So promoter Warren is set to speak with the WBC with the prospect of Fury facing a mandatory challenger next.


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Currently, Deontay Wilder is ranked No1 in the organisation, with Andy Ruiz Jr next and Anthony Joshua following after that.

But the possibility of Fury fighting Wilder, 37, for a FOURTH time has got fans up in arms.

One said: "No one wants to see fury wilder 4, fury ruiz could be an interesting fight."

Another added: "Oh c**p. Not another fight with cry baby sore loser conspiracy theorist Wilder??"

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One agreed: "Wilder 4. Just what people want."

Warren claimed Joshua, 33, turned down the chance to fight Fury in September.

It comes with AJ in line to rematch Dillian Whyte, 35, in August before a proposed blockbuster with Wilder in Saudi Arabia in December.

Ruiz, 33, was also accused by Fury or pricing himself out while Zhilei Zhang, 40, is set to face Joe Joyce 37, again after his April win.

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