Tyson Fury claims to have despatched fellow British heavyweight Anthony Joshua “a draft contract” for a combat at Wembley Stadium in September.
The fierce rivals appeared on target to satisfy one another in an £80-million mega-fight at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium final 12 months, however either side declared negotiations have been over in October after a month of talks.
Joshua has been linked with a combat towards Deontay Wilder in Saudi Arabia, whereas WBC champion Fury’s proposed undisputed heavyweight title combat with Oleksandr Usyk fell by in March.
Fury, 34, has not fought since retaining his title with a Tenth-round stoppage of fellow Briton Derek Chisora in December. He mentioned a conflict with Joshua “is a combat that everybody desires to see, together with myself”.
Writing on Twitter, Fury mentioned: “A couple of days in the past I despatched a draft contract to @anthonyjoshua for a combat in September @wembleystadium it is a combat that everybody desires to see, together with myself.
“Come on AJ lets give the world what they wish to see. This time I am not gonna make one million vids & maintain placing stress on. the ball is now in your aspect.. @frank-warren-official @eddiehearn @btsportboxing @daznboxing @toprank @espn @skysports”.