WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury enjoyed a spot of lunch with promoters Bob Arum and Frank Warren in London as they talked all things Dillian Whyte.
The Gypsy King is set to defend his title against his old sparring partner in a grudge match on April 23.
However, a venue for the eagerly-anticipated domestic dust-up – which has been years in the making – hasn’t been finalised.
And that could very well have been a point of discussion for Fury, Arum and Warren as they dined at Scalini’s in Knightsbridge on Friday afternoon.
Fury looked ready to chat business as he arrived in a Blackwatch tartan blazer along with a Louis Vuitton suitcase.
And he even took the time to pose for a photo with an eager fan who had spotted him.
Although Fury and Whyte’s clash has been mandated by the WBC, the pair have yet to turn in their respective contracts to the governing body.
Brixton banger Whyte is still contesting the 80-20 purse split in Fury’s favour.
The interim WBC heavyweight titleholder is after the 70-30 split that is typically mandated by the WBC for championship matches.
Fury and Whyte have until February 21 to send their contracts to the WBC, which Warren is hoping both men will do.
He told The Mirror: “That’s all we want to do, get on with it.
“He’s been bleating and moaning that it’s been 1,000 days – I think it’s more like 1,200 days – that he’s been waiting.
“Well he’s got his shot now and he’s getting a record purse for it, plus that carrot of £4m if he wins, so go for it.
“All the nonsense that’s gone down from Eddie Hearn about the deposit, the deposit has been paid.
“The contract has been approved by the WBC and has been sent to them, so it’s up to Whyte’s people to send it back now. The ball’s in their court, absolutely.”
Fan favourite Fury is brimming with confidence ahead of his long-awaited showdown with Whyte, so much so he plans to decide his game plan on fight night.
He told Dubai Eye: “I don’t know, whatever I feel like on the night really.
“I don’t pay these bums too much attention to be fair, whatever I feel like on the night.
“Anyway or style I can definitely beat Dillian Whyte, even if I put one hand behind my back and one foot off the floor I still beat him.”
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