Five fights Tyson Fury could have in December if Anthony Joshua deal falls through including WWE scrap with McIntyre | The Sun
TYSON FURY has insisted he will fight in December – with or without Anthony Joshua.
The pair of British rivals are still in talks for a Battle of Britain bout at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.
But Fury is growing increasingly frustrated with terms not yet finalised, leaving the WBC champion ready to move on.
And here, SunSport reveals some of the alternate options the Gypsy King can look to.
The Lebanese-born and German-based heavyweight has seemingly come out of nowhere to call out Fury.
Charr, 37, has just two wins since 2017, against Christopher Lovejoy and Nikola Milacic.
But nevertheless, he claims to have an agreement in place with Fury, 34, who accepted Charr's callout.
He said: "I accept your challenge Manuel Charr, let's get it on motherf***er."
Fury twice beat Chisora, 37, in 2011 and then 2014 but talk of an unlikely trilogy has since surfaced.
The pair were close to agreeing a deal earlier in the year, before Joshua, 32, entered the frame.
Now promoter Eddie Hearn said Chisora has on offer to fight Fury, despite ongoing talks with AJ.
He told Behind The Gloves: "He's offered fights to Manuel Charr, he's offered a fight to Derek Chisora."
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Joyce, 37, is currently the WBO mandatory challenger after winning the "interim" title against Joseph Parker, 30.
And although it gives him a shot at Oleksandr Usyk's belt, he could provide an alternative to Joshua.
The pair of both promoted by Frank Warren and Joyce is by far a greater and more appealing opponent than Charr or Chisora.
Fury also ranked the Brit as the second-best heavyweight in the world.
Whyte, 34, was knocked out in six rounds by Fury in April with both yet to return since.
And although a rematch is unlikely, it could become a reality if Fury runs out of dance partners for December.
Whyte is already training to fight by the end of the year and wants a rematch.
He felt Fury illegally pushed him to the floor after landing the finishing uppercut punch at Wembley.
Crossing over for another WWE match is among Fury's most unlikely options, but it cannot be ruled out.
It was in August he made an appearance at the Clash of The Castle pay-per-view event in Wales and sized up McIntyre and Roman Reigns.
Should Fury wait until Usyk, 35, is ready for a unification bout, returning to the wrestling ring is not a bad way of keeping busy.
Although his promoters are likely to want Fury to brush of the cobwebs in the boxing ring, not in the WWE.
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