Tyson Fury is considering his next fight after teaming with Oleksandr Usyk fell through. The choice is between Joe Joyce, Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz.
According to ESPN's Mike Coppinger, the Briton is not considering resigning and is considering options, despite Fnank Warren saying he could "hang up the gloves."
A boxer with Mexican blood, having learned that they were no longer going to negotiate, posted a poster showing him and Tyson in the ring. Andy has been looking for the opportunity to become the WBC light heavyweight champion for a long time, because he has achieved this in the WBO, IBF and WBA in the past.
Recall that in recent weeks, negotiations between the parties began to become more complicated, until they eventually broke down. First there was talk of a 50v50 deal that Tyson Fury didn't accept, and then they agreed it would be 70v30, but it looks like the April 29th fight wasn't going to happen.
For his part, Oleksandr Usyk will have to face his obligatory opponents. Daniel Dubois of the WBA is next in line, but there is also Filip Hrgovic of the IBF.
Recall that Usyk and Fury had to sign a contract for the fight before April 1. If an agreement is not reached, negotiations will be scheduled for Usyk's fight with Daniel Dubois.