World champion Tyson Fury has suggested he is set for a massive fight in the near future.
And the Gypsy King insists that the proposed opponent will be ‘unbelievable’.
Taking to Twitter, the Wythenshawe fighter revealed that he was called to London to take part in an swiftly organised meeting in London.
He appears to have all but completed the negotiations surrounding his next fight, likely to be for his three world championship belts.
Clearly excited, he wrote: “Some massive news coming soon, had to come to London for an urgent meeting about a massive fight,TBA very soon, u will not believe who!!!!!!”
It has been expected that Fury would be forced to face off against Wladimir Klitschko once again as part of the rematch clause in the contract for their initial meeting.
A venue for the fight was expected to be announced within the next few days, with locations in England, Qatar and United Arab Emirates all vying it out to host the bout.
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Fury’s uncle and trainer Peter said: “I think, if it’s not in the UAE, then England will be favourite.
“And, if it is in England, then we’ll probably be looking at June.”
But Fury’s tweet insists that he could in fact be facing someone else.
Deontay Wilder, Vyacheslav Glazkov and Anthony Joshua are all potential contenders to face off against the giant.
Earlier this year, Fury stormed the ring after Wilder defeated Artur Szpilka, hinting that he would like a unification fight with the American.