Hughie Fury says he is willing to face Heavyweight favourite Dave Allen behind closed doors in Matchroom’s ‘Fight Camp.’
Fury (24-3, 14 KOs) halted Pavel Sour inside three rounds in March, whilst Allen (18-5-2, 15 KOs) eased past Dorian Darch on the undercard of Kell Brook’s victory over Mark De Luca in February.
And speaking with Chris Lloyd in the latest episode of Matchroom Boxing’s podcast ‘The Lockdown Tapes,’ Fury says he would relish a fight with the Doncaster man this summer, with Eddie Hearn set to host four back-to-back shows behind closed doors in the gardens of Matchroom HQ.
”Dave Allen keeps mentioning my name saying he wants to fight me and all this,” Fury explained.
”I’m a fighting man so let’s get it on as soon as possible. It doesn’t bother me.
“It’s only going to be fights against English opponents at the moment.
“It will be a good fight between the pair of us, there’s no point in waiting.
“I have no hard feelings against him but he’s mentioning my name so let’s get it on!”
Fury, who lost a close decision to Joseph Parker for the WBO World Heavyweight title in 2017 has just two other defeats on his record to World level operators, Kubrat Pulev and Alexander Povetkin, who are both set to face Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte respectively.
And the cousin of WBC World Heavyweight champion, Tyson believes he’s made improvements under father and trainer Peter, which he insists he’ll demonstrate in the coming years.
“I’m 25 and still filling out,” Fury added.
“One thing I love to do is fight and no one will ever take that away from me, I love these challenges.
“We have changed a lot although you never got to see too much in the Pavel Sour fight.
“When I get back in these bigger fights that is when you will see the difference and the changes we’ve made.”