FRANK WARREN has outlined his heavyweight title plan for 2023.
The Queenberry promoter is plotting a pathway to a summer title bout between his heavyweights Tyson Fury and Joe Joyce – and NOT Matchroom’s Anthony Joshua.
Frank Warren has mapped out Tyson Fury’s next 12 months
Warren wants Joe Joyce to earn a title fight
Fury, 34, is set to take on Derek Chisora in their trilogy bout on December 3 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
And speaking to Queensberry’s YouTube channel, Warren revealed that he wants the Chisora fight to be the first of three visits to the ring for Fury in the next 12 months.
As reported by boxing writer Michael Benson, Warren claims the Gypsy King will target a unification bout with Oleksandr Usyk in February or March.
Should Fury come through against the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO champion – Warren wants him to return in the summer to fight Joyce.
The Juggernaut, 37, is 15-0 as a professional and is coming off an impressive win against Joseph Parker last month.
Speaking on Instagram after Joyce’s win over Parker, Fury was generous in his praise of the Londoner.
He said: “I’ve had a lovely day of watching boxing, watching all of the big fights and studying all the heavyweights.
“And I’ve gotta say that big Joe Joyce is the second best heavyweight in the world, behind myself.”
He then added: “And on his day, given his moment, who knows if he could beat me or not? I think we’ll have to find out one of the days.
“But just looked at these prospects, who’s mandatory for the world titles. [Zhilei] Zhangs and [Igor] Jurkovics and everybody else.
“I’ve changed my mind and I think big Joe Joyce is number two heavyweight in the world, and who knows if he’s number one?”
Warren wants to arrange a fight for Joyce in February… before putting him in with Fury.
This may be where Joshua COULD force his way into Warren’s equation, however, with the Juggernaut having called him out.
Speaking to SunSport, Joyce said: “I don’t think Usyk’s going to fight me, he’s going to fight Fury first.
“But yeah, the Joshua fight is one that I’d like to do. “I’d like to bash him up.”
Anthony Joshua is currently out of the title equation
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