'Tyson will return in April' - Peter Fury


He sent Wilder, known as the "Bronze Bomber", a link to an 18-minute YouTube interview in which he spoke of his desire to fight the American, who has said he would be prepared to fight Joshua in Britain. There's a long way to go until the pair meet but Eddie Hearn has been talking about where it might be.

It's been just under two years since Fury last competed but he's never been more serious about making his return to the ring as he eyes a lucrative all-British showdown with Anthony Joshua.

The 29-year old is now waiting for a final ruling from UK Anti-Doping for a suspended drugs ban, a period which has seen Fury gain weight through inactivity.

'There's a lot of talk about 2018 in my career.

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We talked about maybe both of them boxing on the same card in March or April - then doing it in the summer.

"We talked about doing it in Vegas". We'd like it in the UK. So everything is in play.

Clearly there's still a long way to go with so many options still a possibility but the idea of the pair having one fight in the United Kingdom and another in America is certainly one that would appeal to many.

Hearn has already stated that he feels Joshua will be put to the test by Wilder, who's record now stands at 38-0.

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Hearn added that it's merely a case of deciding where and when the fight will be.

He sent tweets to WBO champion Joseph Parker and WBC titleholder Deontay Wilder, as well as taunting fellow Briton Tyson Fury, who has not fought since November 2015 due to fitness and mental health issues.

What is certain is, it is a very exciting time for heavyweight boxing, harking back to the halcyon days of Muhammd Ali and George Foreman. He obviously hates YOUR football team and has no interest in synchronised swimming.

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