In an interview with BBC Radio 5 on Monday, Fury's longstanding co-promoter Frank Warren stated that he believes the confrontation will come place mostly because to the fact that both guys want it.
Saturday's rematch between Usyk and Anthony Joshua resulted in Usyk retaining his IBF, WBA, and WBO championships by virtue of a split decision victory against Joshua. The WBC title now belongs to Fury.
“He and Usyk would be a really good fight,” Warren said.
“It’s a fight that I think will be made because both teams would like to see that happen. Usyk said after the fight that it’s the only fight he’s interested in, and it’s certainly the same case with Tyson. It’s just a matter of where it will generate the most income because it’s a unique fight, a historic fight.
“It’s the first time for God knows how long that the four belts are on the line. Both fighters are undefeated. The whole world of boxing will be captivated by this fight.”
“If AJ manages to get a couple of wins under his belt, and I believe Tyson will beat Usyk, that may be a fight to be made,” he said.
“But AJ’s got to re-establish himself before you can even think about fights like that.”
Immediately following his victory, Usyk made the following statement,
“I’m sure, I’m convinced he wants to fight me. I want to fight him. If I don’t fight Tyson Fury, I’m not fighting at all.”
Tyson announced Saturday “Get your f—ing check book out,” he said, “because the Gypsy King is here forever.”