Greetings. Fury says that he will fight in February, early March the latest. It looks to me like the Whyte fight won't happen, because he wants 45%, and he ain't getting it. I am disappointed, because Whyte deserves a shot, let's be fair to him, and with Usyk unavailable, it is the most credible name out there. Joyce has been mentioned as the the second choice. I like Joyce and think it would make a good fight. Also, Joyce is no spring chicken (older than Fury), so it is a good time. But if, for some reason, Joyce is unavailable, why not Rivas? Rivas dropped Whyte in a losing effort, and has got back on the winning trail with he inaugural bridgerweight title victory opposite Rozicki. The bridgerweight is a WBC belt, and so there is an instant credibility as a WBC challenger. Rivas was ranked as a WBC heavy before "moving down," and has indicated he might still take fights at heavy. Just an idea. What do y'all think?