His opponent is yet to be announced. Tyson’s cousin, rising heavyweight Hughie Fury, will also appear on the card.
Frank Warren stated: “Fury's signed a lengthy promotional deal. We’re looking for an eliminator fight between Chisora and Fury in June, to be in a football stadium. We look forward to working with Tyson, Peter Fury, Mick Hennessy, Hughie Fury and the rest of the team.”
However, Warren has been criticised in the past for making premature announcements. Straight after the news broke, Tyson’s manager/trainer Peter Fury tweeted: “Our promotor is still Mick Hennessy!! We are currently awaiting the contract in a co-promotion with Boxnation. Only then the deal is done!!”.
Fury previously beat an out of shape Chisora in July 2011 at Wembley (pictured above) to claim the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles, which he vacated shortly afterwards. Mandatory challenger David Price then went on to claim the belt against Sam Sexton.
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