Tyson Fury reveals TEN-FIGHT plan including Usyk, Joshua


TYSON FURY named Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua in his ambitious TEN-fight plan – but scoffed at the idea of facing Britain’s Mike Tyson.

Fury revealed in a press conference in Morecambe that he wants several more years of bouts against the best in the world.

But despite calling out superstars AJ and Usyk, he laughed off the thought of fighting 19-year-old sensation Moses Itauma.

Fury, 35, told TNT Sports: “Shall I just name the ten? I’ll do Usyk, Usyk, I’ll do AJ, AJ if he don’t get beat in the meantime, that’s four.

“Then I might chuck a Dubois in if he’s back up there, which he is at the moment or a Joe Joyce.

“Joe Parker, chuck him in there, that’s seven. Go to America, we’ll chuck in maybe Deontay Wilder if he gets back in, a fourth fight with old Deontay.
“Maybe a European guy, maybe Agit Kabayel. Or the tenth, who would the tenth fight be?”

Asked about Itauma, dubbed Britain’s answer to a prime Mike Tyson, Fury replied: “No! Definitely not, do you think I’m stupid? Think I’m stupid?
“I’d probably do a trilogy with Usyk or something afterwards.”

First up for Fury will be Usyk, 37, when the two meet in the heavyweight division’s first four-belt undisputed title fight on May 18.

And per their contract, they are already lined up to rematch immediately, leaving Joshua, 34, waiting in the wings.