TYSON FURY is eyeing up a sensational return to a British boxing ring before the end of this year.
The Gypsy King’s hopes of taking on American Deontay Wilder again in 2020 could be KO’d by Covid-19 travel restrictions.
So Fury has ordered promoter Frank Warren to find him another fight.
Warren revealed: “Tyson made it very clear I’ve got to give him a fight by the end of the year.
“I don’t want him fighting behind closed doors.
“But Tyson’s been in lockdown since February so, by December, it’s ten months out of the ring.”
Fury, 32, lost three years battling depression and a doping ban.
The world heavyweight champ claims the best mental health medicine is training regularly.
Warren said: “The only way the Wilder fight works financially is in front of a crowd.
“In the meantime, let’s think about what works health-wise for Tyson.
“So a fight here, behind closed doors, is something to look at.”
Asked about Fury’s two-fight deal with Anthony Joshua, Warren added: “It must happen next year and be in the UK.”