Fury’s next three rivals have been named – Usyk is on the list, but someone is missing there


WBC champion British heavyweight Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) has already decided on opponents for 2023. This was told by the promoter of the fighter Frank Warren (queensberry promotions).

“Yesterday I spoke with Tyson, –
He speaks Warren. “And he announced his desire to fight Joe Joyce next year. So that’s the plan. In December, he has a fight with Derek Chisora, then we hope to unify for all belts with Alexander Usyk, and then Joyce. This is how Tyson sees his immediate future.”

According to Warren, negotiations with the Usyk team are in full swing: “We are trying to agree on a duel. Alas, we lost a lot of time negotiating another battle (allusion to Joshua). We want to agree on everything before the end of the year with the goal of making a fight with Usyk in February.”

It seems that in the near future Fury really does not plan to fight his compatriot Anthony Joshua (24-3, 22 KOs), who was offered a fight on December 3 – the parties failed to agree, gave up trying to make a fight and began to accuse each other of the lack of feedback connections.

Instead, Fury decided to hold an interim fight with the gatekeeper Chisora, whom he had previously defeated twice. The other day, he completely challenged the infernal champion of the center of England. In the meantime, Warren offered two top picks to Joshua instead of Fury.