Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder rematch could be held at Wembley in move that will infuriate Eddie Hearn
The Matchroom boss has made England's national stadium the de facto base for Anthony Joshua.
AJ rocked 90,000 when he downed Wladimir Klitschko last April to retain his IBF belt and add the WBA and IBO titles as well as beating Alexander Povetkin there in September.
Joshua signed a two-fight deal back in May that promised his next fight at Wembley will be held next April.
But now it appears Fury and Wilder – who meet in Los Angeles tonight – could gatecrash that cosy arrangement.
Wilder has ruled out a fight against Joshua at Wembley in April because he says he will face Fury first.
Reports have claimed Wilder and the Gypsy King are set for an immediate rematch regardless of the outcome of their WBC heavyweight bout.
And it is further believed that Fury vs Wilder 2 will take place in London – with Wembley the obvious venue.
West Ham's London Stadium and Arsenal's Emirates ground could also be options.
Fury's promoter Frank Warren hinted at as much when he said he would "love" for the fight to be in London at a "soccer stadium".
Warren – who fears his man is not 100 per cent ready to fight Wilder – said: "It's a great fight and if it turns out as I expect I'm sure there'll be a rematch.
"If Wilder loses he'd have to make a statement. Tyson would fight anywhere. He's a traveller, he's done it many times.
"I don't think Wilder wanted to come to London, that's why Tyson (travelled). Tyson will fight in the UK again."
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