Former heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury says that he would like to face Tony Bellew after David Haye was forced to undergo surgery on a bicep injury.
has put himself into the mix to face Tyson Fury after Tony Bellew was forced to withdraw from his rematch with the Liverpudlian through injury. David Haye
On Monday, Haye announced that he had
undergone surgery on a bicep injury, which has resulted in his December 17 showdown with Bellew at London's O2 Arena being scrapped.
Fury is currently attempting to resolve his ongoing situation with UKAD, but the former heavyweight world champion has called on Bellew and Matchroom Sport to face him should he be given permission to make a comeback early in 2018.
Fury has not fought since he dethroned unified world champion
in November 2015, but the 29-year-old is keen to face Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua in 2018. Deontay Wilder
Fury suggested that facing former rival was a possibility for the early part of next year. David Price
Fury, Price open to fight in 2018