Earlier today, former unified heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, who has fought just once since defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, revealed that a showdown with WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is at an advanced stage of discussions.
Fury, 29, fights for the second time since beginning his comeback when he meets the little-known Italian Francesco Pianeta at Belfast's Windsor Park on 18 August.
If he comes through the Pianeta fight in August, I expect him to fight Wilder before the end of the year.
"I'm going to flatten [Pianeta] first and then Wilder, let's dance".
"I can confirm that me and Deontay Wilder are in negotiations and it's very close to being done", Fury said via the Manchester Evening News.
"Negotiations are very strong and we're nearly done with this deal". He's going to give me the right fight and the right work to prepare me for Deontay Wilder.
A world title unification clash between Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder, the WBC champion, appears some time off for now.
Joshua fights Russian Alexander Povetkin at Wembley on September 22 in his next bout.
"I'll say to all of them, Fury too, if you think you can beat me, if I wasn't in the power position, I'd take less for fights", Joshua said.
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Joshua wants Wilder to accept a $15 million offer to face him to decide the undisputed world heavyweight champion in front of a 100,000 crowd at Wembley Stadium on April 13.
'Prepare well, train hard, let's get the deal done.
'Me and Wilder is the best fight in the division right now, not me and Povetkin, ' Joshua said.
'We were working on the fight before I beat Carlos Takam, then it was Joseph Parker and it still hasn't happened... and now it's Povetkin.
'Oh he's going that way, no he's going this way, looking for one punch and if he can't land it then he's f*****'. I am going to walk through Povetkin and for Wilder the date and location is here. I want the big guns.
In a separate post, he then revealed the potential Wilder fight would take place in the USA, as the champion would prefer, adding: "Next stop Belfast, then after that it's Las Vegas or NY".
"Why would you not fight me if you believe you can beat me in this type of an event?"
After Saturday night's impressive victories for both Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora, it had been suggested that the British heavyweights would make sense as potential options for Fury but "The Gypsy King" has set himself a greater target.