Tyson Fury’s and Anthony Joshua’s camps share a rivalry, nevertheless, Frank Warren insists he’s wishing AJ nicely in his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk.
Joshua takes on the Ukrainian in his heavyweight conflict as he appears to win again the WBA, WBO and IBF belts he misplaced again in September 2021.
The winner of that might go on to face WBC champion Tyson Fury, though the Gypsy King continues to be technically retired, in what could be a mega showdown.
And for this reason Warren needs to see Joshua emerge victorious, nevertheless, he believes Usyk will come up trumps in Saudi Arabia on August 20.
“For my part, Tyson needs to combat the winner and he’ll combat the winner after which he’ll have completed all the pieces he must do,” Warren stated on Drivetime.
“I need to see Joshua win [against Usyk]. I’d like to see Joshua within the ring with Tyson.
“However that’s my coronary heart, I feel Usyk could cease Joshua within the rematch.”
Within the meantime, Fury might be set for an all-British conflict with Derek Chisora, who the ‘Gypsy King’ has already fought twice and overwhelmed.
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Fury revealed his intention to come back out of retirement with him and Chisora exchanging verbal blows.
Warren warns that nothing has been signed relating to a Fury vs Chisora trilogy bout however gave an replace on when it may doubtlessly occur.
“He needs to combat,” Warren added. “I bear in mind he gave a listing of 4 or 5 fights he needed to have earlier than he retired and Derek was on that checklist.
“The rematch between AJ and Usyk is happening and Tyson feels he needs to be busy… we’re going to see the place this goes.
“I don’t suppose we’ve seen him hit his prime but. I’d hate for him to retire and are available again having missed his greatest years.
“I all the time felt that he would need to combat and now we’re seeing what we will do to make that occur.”
On when the combat may occur, Warren added: “I don’t know but… what we’ve additionally acquired to keep in mind is that we’re out of motion from the second week of November till in all probability January so far as large fights are involved due to the World Cup and TV commitments.
“I’m fairly positive if it’s going to occur we’ll know one thing within the subsequent three of 4 days.”