Top Rank president Todd DuBoef says boxing fans can ‘dream’ of a mega fight-night pitting Tyson Fury, Oleksandr Usyk, Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder against one another in a historic heavyweight showpiece – but also warns ‘not every fight can be the World Cup final’.
While Usyk is set to face mandatory challenger Daniel Dubois, the immediate future for Fury remains unclear as the WBC champion continues to be linked with multiple prospective opponents.
The pair had looked on course to meet in an undisputed heavyweight blockbuster at Wembley Stadium in April, only for negotiations to break down amid what became something of a blame-game.
Reports, albeit tenuous, subsequently circulated of a potential Saudi super fight that would see Fury take on Usyk and Joshua face Wilder on the same card.
“There are so many challenges to making that happen,” DuBoef told Sky Sports. “I never say never, it’s a grand idea.
“Can it actually be executed? I don’t know. Is it real? I don’t know. There’s nothing wrong with dreaming. If it’s a great dream and comes to fruition it’s great for everybody, but if it’s a great dream and doesn’t come to fruition you have a loss of expectation and disappointment from