Amazes Tyson Fury. Now he wants to face Usyk for reunification. And suddenly the WBC heavyweight champion himself returns to inform his fans of his future. The interview that "Gypsy King" gave to Boxing Social yesterday was truly unexpected. Fury has stated that he has no interest in facing undefeated Joe Joyce for his next fight in February but that he has a strong belief in a reunification with Usyk instead. An important hope therefore that had not been expressed in such decisive terms even by its promoters Frank Warren and Bob Arum. By now Tyson fans had gotten used to the idea that Interim champion "The Body Snatcher" Dillian Whyte would take a step back in the Wbc legal controversy to face the champion in the spring but Fury's plans go to another. direction: “I have decided that I want to fight Usyk to reunite all the belts. The others will wait and can challenge me when I come out the winner. No, I'm not very interested in fighting Joe Joyce and I'm not even attracted to the match against Dillian Whyte. I've always said that I only feel attracted to two encounters: Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk. Is the project not easy to solve? Today is only November, so a lot can happen in a few months. We will find out in February, - On paper, Tyson's project seems not easy to accomplish unless Anthony Joshua gives way to him on the Usyk road with another interpersonal agreement. Remember the episode dated June 2020 when the two British giants agreed, without intermediaries, for a duel with division of the mail in equal parts? I think many here want Bodybuilder steps aside. His chances with USyK are few besides people want to see as soon as possible an only one king of the division and at least two epic battles between Fury and USyK. Time seems the right one. In your opinion how much money could Hearn and Joshua ask to step aside?