WLADIMIR Klitscho is eyeing his next world title defence against Tyson Fury.
The WBO, WBA and IBF champion beat Bryant Jennings at Madison Square Garden last month and is already eyeing his next bout.
According to the Ukrainian’s adviser Shelley Finkel and promoter Frank Warren, it could well be against unbeaten Fury.
“There’s a very good chance of it taking place in the UK.”
“I am sure Wlad is going to fight Fury in September or October. There is a very good chance of Wembley Stadium or Manchester.
“Two weeks ago Wladimir fought at Madison Square Garden and nobody knows Bryant Jennings but it was the highest-rated HBO fight in three years. That gives you some idea. And Tyson is the big-mouth from England.”
Klitchsko has not fought in the UK since 2000 when he beat Monte Barrett at Millwall’s New London Arena.
He did come close to fighting David Haye at Stamford Bridge in 2011 but the bout, which Klitschko won, eventually took place in Hamburg.
Klitschko’s promoter Frank Warren says the 39-year-old will definitely fight Fury but doesn’t yet know where the bout will take place.
“Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury is definitely on.
It is now just a question of where and when,” said Warren.
“We are looking at several stadiums for the Klitschko-Fury fight, which we believe will sell around 60,000 seats.”

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