TYSON FURY is the No.1 heavyweight in the world and the UK boxing fans are hoping to see him face fellow Brit Anthony Joshua.
But Betfair are expecting Fury vs AJ to take place in 2023.
The bookmaker have priced up the potential bout to take place in 2023 at 7/2.
While the chances of the fight being next year is a slightly larger price at 4/1.
Despite there being question marks about when the fight could place, Betfair have it at 1/2 to for the fight to happen.
Betfair: Year first AJ vs Fury fight takes place
- 2022: 4/1
- 2023: 7/2
- 2024: 6/1
- 2025 or later: 5/1
- To happen at any stage in their careers: 1/2
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Fury ended his war with Wilder by defending his belts with an 11th-round knockout in a spectacular fight.
Fury is yet to announce his next steps, with the possibility he could retire from boxing.
The Gypsy King is priced at 6/4 to retire while Dillian Whyte is favourite to be his next opponent.
His promoter, Frank Warren, teased a homecoming fight after his stunning triumph over Wilder in Las Vegas.
Warren said: “I would love that homecoming more than anything the British fans and everything. Can you imagine it?
“Tyson sells out any stadium in Britain, easy. The fans will come out for him. He deserves that hero’s homecoming now.”
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