Tyson Fury says there is no news yet on when his next fight will take place
By Mark Crellin
Last Updated: 28/02/16 11:12am
Heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury has told Sky Sports News HQ that he has no idea who he will be fighting next.
The 27-year-old seized the WBA Super, WBO and IBF world titles when he out-pointed the formidable Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf last November.
And the duo looked set to clash again when Klitschko announced that he was activating a rematch clause in his contract.
Fury was even stripped of one of his world titles because of his apparent commitment to fight Klitschko again rather than take on the IBF mandatory challenger Vyacheslav Glazkov.
However, speaking at Saturday's big Carl Frampton-Scott Quigg showdown, Fury said he was in the dark in terms of when he would be back in action.
"I have no idea when the next fight is, who it is going to be, no idea," he said. "So that is a bit of an update for everybody."
When asked if Klitschko was not his most likely next opponent, Fury added: "I don't know who it is going to be, to be honest.
"I have no confirmation on if it is going to be Klitschko, Fred Flintstone or Batman, I have no idea."
Fury's cousin Hosea Burton was in action on the Frampton-Quigg undercard and impressed the heavyweight champion with a sixth-round stoppage of Miles Shinkwin.
"He is my first cousin and he did really well tonight," said Fury. "He won the British light heavyweight title.
"It is a title he has always been dreaming of and he achieved that goal. I think he wants to defend it and then move up."