Tyson Fury's fight against Oleksandr Usyk could still take place in UK with Wembley's 95,000-seat stadium in talks | The Sun

TYSON FURY and Oleksandr Usyk could still fight in London in front of 95,000 at Wembley Stadium.

The unbeaten champions are in talks for the heavyweight division's first four-belt unification.

And the Middle East is the frontrunner to host with a hefty fee to bring the pair over being tabled.

But US promoter Bob Arum warned not to rule out a home fixture for Fury, who has sold over 150,000 tickets this year alone.

Arum told Sky Sports: "We are balancing a couple of significant offers from the Mid East and also there's the possibility of doing the fight in the UK at Wembley with a massive 95,000 crowd in attendance.

"Fighters have a relatively short life and money is important. So if the money which has been proposed to us is real that has to be taken into consideration.

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"To go back to Wembley and do a fight before 95,000 people for me really stirs up the blood.

"It would be crazy. It would just be wonderful. It shouldn't be too long before a final decision is made.

"We'll have it all sorted out. I hope maybe by the end of the year."

Fury, 34, packed out 94,000 at Wembley in April when he knocked out Dillian Whyte, 34.

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And in December he brought 60,000 over to Tottenham's stadium for his ten-round beating of Derek Chisora, 38.

Usyk, 35, was ringside and faced off against Fury and the two are ready to put all four titles on the line by March of next year.

Arum said: "Both of them want the fight and so there'll be very little, if any, [messing] around. We'll be able to make that happen. I'm very, very confident.

"As I said the fighters have both agreed to fight each other next without any interim fights.

"Now the question is what's the date and what's the site. That fight is definitely going to happen and it will happen in the first four months of next year."


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