The Everton-loving cruiserweight champ has his pick of heavyweight fights after beating David Haye in their grudge match
TONY BELLEW has warned Tyson Fury not to keep calling him out as he plans his next move after beating David Haye.
Fury claims to be on the comeback trail after relinquishing all his titles in October after a string of outside-the-ring issues that robbed boxing of one of its most colourful stars.
Fury wants his titles back but he could prepare for a showdown with Anthony Joshua, a battle with Deontay Wilder or a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko with a tune-up against Bellew.
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Bellew is big name in the biggest division after stopping Haye and he revealed there have between talks between his Matchroom team and Fury’s management.
The Bomber said: “I like Tyson, we get on great, but if he keeps calling me out then we might have to have a dance.
“Could we sit down and get it on? We’ve had talks. It’s a possibility.”
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Bellew has ruled out fighting the giant Anthony Joshua – due to his size and power – but he is open to fighting less fearsome heavyweights like WBO champ Joseph Parker.
And he has revealed that 6ft 7in Fury could also be an option if the cruiserweight king takes another fight at heavyweight where the biggest money remains.
Bellew said: “Tyson is a different type of proposition.
“He’s not a big, fast explosive heavyweight like Wladimir Klitschko or Anthony Joshua, but he’s still an amazing fighter with a great boxing brain on his shoulders.
“Could I outbox him in the ring for 12 rounds? Maybe I can, maybe I can’t.
“We’ve had talks. Since I took Haye’s scalp, we’ve had talks with Fury’s people.”