Frank Warren plans to open negotiations for a lucrative rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.
In his role as Fury Promoter, he has filed a complaint with the WBC in addition to the British Boxing Board of Control results that ended her rousing world championship title fight at the Los Angeles & # 82; Staples Center ended in a draw.
His hope is that the sanctioning body orders an immediate rematch, but after the fight speaks – after he had already spoken of his wish A rematch – Wilder also reiterated his willingness to fight IBF, WBA and WBO champion Anthony Joshua ,
A fight between the two champions for all four titles could prove even richer than Wilder-Fury II, but under the current circumstances this seems unlikely to happen to Joshua, who is expected to fight Dillian Whyte at Wembley on April 13.
The most likely result seems to be Wilder-Fury II in a Las Vegas casino, also in the spring.
With his fighter, re Warren, said, "They think they want the rematch, they said they do, and I think there's a good chance of getting to London, they have a goal in Wembley with 90,000 points, so you're talking a lot of money, but he'll travel with Tyson, he'll go where the money is in March, April.
"I find it invigorating, where he's from, I really enjoy it. They said he would not sell tickets, they said it would not go on – well, it went on, did not it?
"They said it was going to be a boring fight, it was one of the most exciting fights – certainly the most exciting I've seen heavyweights in America since Lennox Lewis-Vitali Klitschko [in 2003] – I've worked with Mike Tyson, Frank Bruno, well, Fury is the People's Champion. "