Fighters lining up to face returning Tyson Fury
Tony Bellew 11-2 to beat Gypsy King
Undefeated former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury makes his long-awaited return to the ring next Saturday against Sefer Seferi but he has spent much of the build-up trading barbs with Tony Bellew, fueling speculation about them meeting later this year.
Fury has been out of action since he beat Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 and is long odds-on to beat Seferi, but harder challengers will follow as he attempts to get back to the top of the heavyweight food chain and Bellew would seem a logical future opponent.
Sky Bet have priced up the possible fight and go 11-2 Bellew, but that won't deter the snappy Scouser as he twice upset the odds in battles against David Haye.
The ultimate goal for Fury is to reclaim the title he says is rightfully his, and that could lead to a mega-fight with incumbent heavyweight king Anthony Joshua.
AJ is a slight favourite at 4-5 to beat Fury, but before that he may have to deal with the challenge of American knockout specialist Deontay Wilder.
Promoter Eddie Hearn is hoping to have made that fight by next week with a view to it being at Wembley in September, and Wilder is available at 15-8 to dethrone the champ should they meet.
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