Tyson Fury is eyeing a Heavyweight unification mega fight with Deontay Wilder.
The unified Ring Magazine, WBO and WBA king is keen to lock horns with the ‘Bronze Bomber’ who holds the WBC version of the Title after his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko.
“Me and Wilder has got to happen. It’s a must see fight. There’s never ever been two talkers, two giants to dance. It could be the best presser ever! It’s a fight I would love to happen,” revealed Fury who was speaking to iFL TV over in his Holland based training camp.
Wilder’s mandated contest with Alexander Povetkin recently fell through, but Fury believes the American would have retained his title.
“I thought he would have bladdered Povetkin anyway, Wilder is my man until I get hold of him!”
Anthony Joshua holds Fury’s old IBF Title and the Lineal Heavyweight Champion believes Wilder would beat the unbeaten Brit if they were to meet.
“I rate Wilder over Joshua, I think he would put his fist right through big AJ.”
Watch the full interview with Tyson Fury **Contains strong language**