Tyson Fury says he is ‘in limbo’ ahead of an expected undisputed heavyweight title fight against Oleksandr Usyk.
The unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion last fought in December against Derek Chisora, for the third time in his career, and after flirting with the idea of retirement for much of the last year, now appears set on at least one more fight, this time against the Ukrainian unified champion.
His co-promoter Bob Arum said earlier in the week that he was expecting an announcement on a venue soon, and Fury told Sky Sports he was waiting for confirmation.
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"I'm fantastic. I've had a good Christmas and New Year," he said. "I've been training and we're just waiting on an announcement.
"I'm in limbo like the rest of the world. I'm not interested in who, what, where or when. I just want to fight and that's it."