Tyson Fury's promoter Frank Warren has admitted that a rematch between the "Gypsy King" and Deontay Wilder is likely to take place in the United States in either April or May, talkSPORT report.
Former world champion Fury is back in training in Spain after last month's controversial draw against American WBC champ Deontay Wilder in Los Angeles, where Fury rose from the canvas to forge a stunning 12th round fightback.
It is now looking more and more like Wilder and Fury will rematch and as time goes on, more and more things are not looking as rosy as they once did for Anthony Joshua. He [Eddie Hearn] said he wanted the fight for Joshua with Wilder a year ago when there was $80m on the table, but it didn't happen.
Tyson Fury believes a fight against fellow English heavyweight Anthony Joshua is unlikely to ever happen.
Looking at the big picture, after a possible rematch later this year between Wilder and Fury it is not unreasonable to assume that the victor of the fight could then become the biggest star in boxing today. A rematch with Dillian Whyte, who has more than earned his stripes with nine successive victories since losing to Joshua back in 2015, seems the world champion's likeliest next move, though his rival recently deemed their initial offer "utterly ridiculous".
"Tyson is already in the gym working hard, ticking over, and I think we would get it (the fight versus Wilder) before June".
The landscape has certainly changed a lot since the Wilder vs Fury fight last month.
Fury returned after nearly three years outside the boxing game to fight the American Deontay Wilder at the start of December, sharing the spoils after recovering from being knocked down twice during the fight.
"We're trying to make that fight at the moment, everyone wants the fight and most importantly the fighters want it", Warren told ESPN.
All in all, lets get ready to rumble in heavyweight boxing terms.