Frank Warren has admitted that the Emirates Stadium may very well be the host venue for Tyson Fury’s next fight following his victory over Deontay Wilder on the weekend. Fury gained an exhilarating bout within the early hours of Sunday morning, pulling off the primary profitable defence of his WBC world title, with an Eleventh-round knockout over Wilder within the pair’s third fight. The title fight, which has been broadly considered one of the best battles in latest boxing historical past, occurred in Las Vegas, however Warren has now revealed that his next outing may very well be again in England. Fury’s promoter Warren needs to stage the ‘Gypsy King’s’ next fight on the Emirates Stadium, however the Principality Stadium in Cardiff and Old Trafford in Manchester are extra doubtless in the meanwhile.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, Warren mentioned: “I spoke to him yesterday [Monday] and he’s flying residence at the moment [Tuesday]. The most important factor for him is to have a bit of day trip first and we have no idea precisely what’s next. “But what’s necessary is that he’s in place proper now after that fight. “As for what’s next, I’d personally prefer to be again in London. If it’s early spring then I would love Arsenal however there’s Cardiff and I’m certain Tyson would love Manchester United for the next fight.” Warren is a self-confessed Arsenal supporter, so it will not come as a shock that he needs the Emirates Stadium as his star fighter’s next venue. Speaking to talkSPORT in 2018 after the Gunners’ 3-0 Carabao Cup remaining defeat to Manchester City, Warren launched a scathing rant of a workforce that had been “not going anyplace”. “For me and all of the followers; sufficient is sufficient. It’s simply very poor, they’re a spineless workforce who’re tactically naïve. No one needed the ball, we didn’t have a shot on objective [sic] – it was simply terrible,” he mentioned on the time. “It was terrible, because it was on Thursday evening [against Ostersund in the Europa League], because it was in opposition to Spurs within the second half – simply an terrible workforce who usually are not going anyplace.”