However, Fury, however, is not expected to return to the ring until March. And while Joyce respects Fury, she is eager to enter the ring with him. Joe Joyce uploaded a photo of the two of them with Tyson Fury with a friendly smile. She later captioned: “I have great respect for @gypsyking101 as a friend and as a fighter but my schedule is free in February #letsdothis #WBO1 #WBC2 #THEJUGGERNAUT”
The Gypsy King is expected to be next in action against Dillian Whyte as well as British boxers. But the 33-year-old Whyte may have to face Otto Wallin first, who he was supposed to face last month before pulling out with a shoulder injury.
Tyson Fury promoter Bob Arum recently told Boxing News 24: ”Dillian Whyte is not mandatory, and that’s what the WBC hasn’t done. Dillian Whyte has an obligation to fight Wallin, and we’ll see,” said Arum.
“But again, in March, I want Tyson Fury to fight in England. And I would think one of the opponents would be Dillian Whyte or maybe this big British guy, Joe Joyce.”
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The boxer who has a 13-0 record is currently only ranked behind Whyte, Deontay Wilder and Andy Ruiz Jr in the WBC rankings. Asked by Sky Sports about Fury’s prospects against Joyce, Frank Warren said: “I spoke to Tyson about him. Tyson said he was the best out there,”he said.
“That’s Tyson’s opinion. Can he go all the way? Yes he can. He’s got a good heart rate, a big heart. He is strong, he walks forward, he is a ‘Juggernaut’. With whoever he was there, you knew they would have a hard time getting rid of him.