Bob Arum has revealed the three most definitely candidates for Tyson Fury’s homecoming combat in London in December.
The ‘Gypsy King’ was set to face champion Deontay Wilder in a trilogy combat simply earlier than Christmas on the new Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Nevertheless, Fury’s co-promoter Frank Warren confirmed to talkSPORT the American’s rematch clause had expired and that Fury could be shifting on to different alternatives.
Warren detailed his plan for the present WBC heavyweight champion throughout his look on the Jim White Present, saying he would combat in London in December earlier than focusing his consideration on Anthony Joshua.
And Arum, who represents the 32-year-old with Prime Rank within the US, revealed Oscar Rivas, Efe Agbaja and Agit Kabayel have been in rivalry to face Fury.
“Yeah, these are the names,” he advised iFL TV. “It’s not rocket science.
“Go to the 15 names on the WBC listing, 10 of them should not accessible as a result of they’re scheduled to combat throughout the subsequent month or the following two months, they’re not accessible.
“[Daniel] Dubois is there, [Joe] Joyce is there, however they’re not accessible. In the identical manner [Dereck] Chisora is there and [Oleksandr] Usyk is there – however they’re not accessible.
“Dillian Whyte is there, however he has a combat arising. [Joseph] Parker is combating [Junior] Fa who can be there, so you find yourself with 5 guys who’re potential.
“You talked about three of the 5; there’s Efe Agbaja, Agit Kabayel, Rivas is there and there are two others.
“We could have select, see who is on the market and choose it out. Rivas and Efe are Prime Rank fighters and I’m certain we might prepare for them to be accessible if that’s who was chosen.
“I’ve obtained to speak to Frank and to Tyson.”
Rivas went the gap with Whyte in July 2019 and even managed to drop ‘The Physique Snatcher’ on the 02 Enviornment.
Agbaja is a Nigerian boxer with 14 wins and 11 knockouts who desires to face Anthony Joshua in Africa, whereas Kabayel defeated Chisora in Monaco nearly three years in the past.