TYSON FURY will have a 'homecoming' fight after his trilogy scrap against Deontay Wilder, says promoter Frank Warren.
The Gypsy King is the big favourite to make a successful defence of his WBC heavyweight title against the American this weekend in Las Vegas.
And should he justify odds as short as 2/7, Warren is ready to bring the undefeated Morecambe man back for a big UK battle.
Speaking to BBC, the Hall of Fame promoter said: I think he'll be back here which will be a great homecoming.
"If Tyson wins the fight we'll sit down. There's a few options there. Usyk would be a massive fight here. The Joshua fight is still a massive fight.
"Dillian Whyte is a big fight, providing he beats Otto Wallin which isn't a forgone conclusion. There's some big fights for him."
Fury says he was left 'absolutely wounded' after watching Joshua lose all his heavyweight titles to Usyk on September 25.
Many believe it has put paid to any hopes of seeing the two Brits facing each other – which could have raked in around £500million.
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But Warren doesn't think that upset is the final nail in the coffin of the all-Brit battle.
He added: I do believe the public buys into that fight even if AJ isn't champion. AJ's said a lot of things since the fight [and] a lot of nonsense from 'doctor' [Eddie] Hearn about his eye.
"You got beat by the better man on the night and Joshua said that, to his credit.
"Joshua is a big fight. They keep talking about him still learning. He's 32 years old. He's an Olympic champion and world champion.
"Of course you can still learn every day, but at that level, at 32 years of age, with the experience you've got and the amount of professional fights you've got, if you're not absolutely world class at that level then you're never going to be.
"But having said that, if he did fight Tyson he would have a lot to prove and I do think the public would buy into it."
First Fury must get past Wilder this weekend, with the Bronze Bomber adamant he will become a two-weight heavyweight world champ.
But after Fury battered him all over the ring in February 2020, most people think it will follow that same line with the Brit holding on to his WBC strap.
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