Tyson Fury says he’s ready to attempt to regain his heavyweights belts as the former unified champion continues to be linked to fights again the current title holders.
The 27 year-old is closing in on naming an opponent for a June 9th comeback from what will eventually be a 31-month absence from fighting.
Fury bids to shake off considerable ring rust next month before stepping up his opposition in preparation for four-belt ruler Anthony Joshua and WBC champion Deontay Wilder.
Asked by Ron McIntosh what timescale he’s putting on reclaiming his old straps, Fury stated he’d take the challenges as soon as they were offered in front of over 20,000 fans at Elland Road.
‘The Gypsy King’ was taking in the Josh Warrington v Lee Selby headliner taking place at the home of Leeds United and looked in amazing shape as he fired a warning at the best in the division.
“As soon as they (the offers) come along I’ll take them,” said Fury.
“You keep lining them up and I’ll keep knocking them down,” he added.
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