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Tyson Fury names his next 10 fights but completely rules out facing young heavyweight star

Tyson Fury names his next 10 fights but completely rules out facing young heavyweight star

Tyson Fury mapped out his next 10 fights.

Tyson Fury has named his next 10 fights ahead of his blockbuster undisputed clash against Oleksandr Usyk.

Fury, alongside his promoter Frank Warren, manager Spencer Brown and trainer SugarHill Steward, appeared at a press conference in Morecambe on Wednesday ahead of his May 18 showdown in Saudi Arabia.

He spoke about his cut that forced him to withdraw from their original meeting last February and his preparation.

The self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' also revealed the 'secret weapon' he's got to help him beat the Ukrainian.

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During the presser, boxing chief Turki Alalshikh expressed his desire to promote 10 more fights for Fury.

And after the presser ended, the unbeaten Brit named his next 10 fights, including not one but TWO matches against long-time rival Anthony Joshua.

He began with back-to-back fights against Usyk, with a contracted rematch in place following their bout next month.

Next, another two-fight series but this time with Joshua, who seems to be in line to face the winner of Fury vs. Usyk, having won four straight contests since losing his world titles.

Fury also named British heavyweight fighters Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce as well as Joseph Parker, who beat Zhilei Zhang in his last outing.

A visit to America for a fourth fight against Deontay Wilder was also discussed not to mention Agit Kabayel and, finally, a trilogy against Usyk.

But the unbeaten fighter jokingly ruled out fighting budding heavyweight star Moses Itauma, who has trained with him.

Fury, who only fought once last year, hopes to remain active as he has his sights on several fighters.

He hasn't fought since his controversial victory over former UFC champion Francis Ngannou.

But he's just a few weeks away from returning as he seeks to claim the undisputed status.

Fans can watch Tyson Fury's undisputed heavyweight title fight with Oleksandr Usyk by signing up to DAZN.

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Topics: Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Oleksandr Usyk, Boxing