TYSON FURY is gearing up for his huge rematch with Deontay Wilder, who has revealed he broke his hand when facing the Gypsy King in 2018.
Yet, Fury is keeping his options open regarding the remaining fights in his Top Rank contract.
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Former undisputed cruiserweight king Usyk was immediately named WBO mandatory challenger for Joshua’s belt as soon as he moved up to heavyweight, per the governing bodies rules.
But he has been made to wait until AJ first faces Pulev, and promoter Hearn plans to keep the southpaw busy with a summer showdown against Derek Chisora.
Usyk has then been told he can face the winner between Joshua and Pulev.
The Ukrainian's masterful footwork and balance has been touted as a threat to AJ’s throne but the 6ft 6in 17st Brit will feel he is too powerful for the heavyweight newbie.
After Joshua exacted revenge on Andy Ruiz Jr in Saudi Arabia, he received a heavyweight headache after being mandated by the IBF to face Pulev and ordered by the WBO to fight Oleksandr Usyk.
But the IBF was already first in line, promoter Eddie Hearn revealed, with AJ set to defend his trio of world titles against the Bulgarian.
The fight is targeted for May or June, with the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium leading the way to host the event, though discussions with Arsenal's Emirates Stadium have also taken place.
Pulev pulled out of fighting Joshua in 2017 with an injury, with Carlos Takam coming in as a replacement and losing in the tenth round.
HAVING regained the unified heavyweight world titles again, Anthony Joshua has laid claim to being the king of the division.
But Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, who rematch on Saturday, are already insisting the winner between them will earn more more than the WBC title which hangs in the balance in Las Vegas.
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