TYSON FURY has been given a three-fight plan by his promoter Frank Warren, which includes the undisputed title and Joe Joyce.
Fury is set to return on December 3 and is currently in talks to face Derek Chisora in an unlikely trilogy bout.
It comes after unified champion Oleksandr Usyk, 35, ruled himself out of a unification until next year.
Warren hopes for Fury, 34, to fight Usyk after his return bout, with a title defence against Joyce, 37, following.
He told The Express: “I spoke to Tyson yesterday and he was talking about Joyce next year, having this fight with Chisora, hopefully unifying the titles and then fighting Joe Joyce so that’s his next year for him, isn’t it?
“That’s what Tyson was talking about, so we’ll see where we go with it.
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"Whatever he chooses to do, I’ll support it, I look at my relationship with him as a little bit special and I only want the best for him.”
Fury was in talks to defend his belt against Anthony Joshua, 32, who is coming off consecutive losses to Usyk.
But he is no longer seen as in the running to face Fury – at least in the next 12 months.
Promoters failed to agree terms, leading to Chisora, 38, being a shock alternative.
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The heavyweight veteran was twice beaten by Fury, in 2011 and 2014, but in 2020 he pushed Usyk to a split-decision.
And with Warren hoping for a first four-belt heavyweight unification next year, Chisora is seen as the ideal warm up.
He said: “If you look down the BoxRec ratings Chisora is the highest available challenger.
"They’ve had a few words over the last few months and I think Fury makes a very valid point, Chisora did give Usyk a very tough fight so it will be a good yardstick.”
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