Liverpool heavyweight Tony Bellew will fight Tyson Fury he has revealed but only on one condition, strictly.
Fury first must deal with his upcoming rematch against David Haye on May 5th at the 02 Arena in London but provided he gets through it, or possibly if he even just gives a decent account of himself – another big pay-day could await.
Him and Tyson Fury have had playful digs at one another in the media in recent months with a seemingly genuine willingness starting to form between the two about fighting one another.
Bellew however, per Give Me Sport – said:
“I like that fight as long as I’m his first fight back. I’m not being forceful, I’m not trying to be anything I’m not here.”
Pretty honest stuff from Bellew there.
Fury returns on June 9th at the Manchester Arena under new promoter Frank Warren and new trainer Ben Davison.
The opponent is to be confirmed.
It will mark Fury’s first fight in nearly two and a half years since he defeated Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 for the heavyweight title in Germany.