Tyson Fury admits he is 'in limbo' as Oleksandr Usyk undisputed title talks drag on and says 'I just want to fight' | The Sun
TYSON FURY has been left "in limbo" as talks with Oleksandr Usyk drag on and claimed: "I just want to fight".
The pair of unbeaten champions have been negotiating the heavyweight division's first four-belt undisputed decider since the new year.
Fury, 34, beat Derek Chisora, 38, in ten rounds of their trilogy bout in December, the third victory in their series.
Usyk, 36, was ringside that night in Tottenham and faced off against the British superstar.
But still no confirmation over the historic title unification has come, leaving Fury and his fans frustrated.
He told Sky Sports: "I'm fantastic. I've had a good Christmas and New Year. I've been training and we're just waiting on an announcement.
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"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."
Saudi Arabia has emerged as a frontrunner to host the super-fight, with massive sums of money to prise the two over.
But if the fighters cannot come to terms for a deal in the Middle East, Wembley is another alternative.
Bob Arum added: "I think both of the fighters have agreed to the fight, I think the question is where the site will be.
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"That will be sorted out hopefully next week and we'll have an announcement shortly.
"If the fight goes to the Middle East it will be sometime after Ramadan and if the fight is in the UK it will be the beginning of April."
Arum and Fury both sat ringside together in London as Artur Beterbiev, 38, beat Anthony Yarde, 31, in a Wembley Arena thriller.
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