TYSON FURY is in talks with Tony Bellew over a heavyweight showdown subsequent yr.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has printed the struggle may just occur as soon as Bellew has fought his rematch towards David Haye.
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Bellew is looking forward to the struggle to be rearranged after their unique December date was once placed on hang when Haye ripped his bicep in a freak harm.
By the time the struggle occurs – in all probability in March or May subsequent yr – Fury hopes to be cleared to go back to boxing following a UKAD listening to.
Fury is determined for a struggle and known as out Bellew previous this week.
Hearn completely advised Sky Sports: “I imagine you’re going to see Bellew vs Fury in 2018 nevertheless it may not be the following one.
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“My plan for Tony Bellew is to overcome David Haye then struggle Tyson Fury. By the time he beats Haye, the Fury [anti-doping hearing] state of affairs is also in the transparent.
“Tony has had discussions with Fury. We have had discussions. I spoke to Fury about that struggle.
“Fury has joined up with [management company] MTK, so we will be able to talk to these guys concerning the struggle.
Hearn says it is going to now not be tricky to for Fury and Bellew to strike a deal.
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He added: “It’s relatively a easy deal however it is about timing of when the struggle takes position.
“People need to see Bellew vs Fury. But, what we can’t do as a result of Tony hasn’t fought for 9 months, is stay up for Fury.
“We cannot plan a struggle with somebody who has a UKAD listening to, and has to move in entrance of the British Boxing Board of Control.
“Tony believes he has the manner to overcome Fury. And Fury isn’t the puncher that Deontay Wilder or Anthony Joshua are.
“When you move up from light-heavyweight to cruiserweight to heavyweight, your giant drawback is the punch energy.
“Fury is terribly professional however he isn’t a large puncher. I am not pronouncing he is not a puncher.
“But he is not a devastating one-punch knockout artist, just like the others. So Tony believes he can beat him.
“Haye is terribly pushed to make the [Bellew rematch].
“He has a clear mind, he is an athlete, and he will do everything he can to be 100 per cent ready for Bellew.”