TYSON FURY and Derek Chisora are reportedly in talks over a stunning trilogy bout in December.
It has been claimed that the Gypsy King could step back inside the ring despite announcing his retirement following his April win over Dillian Whyte.
Tyson Fury could be set to return to the ring to face former rival Derek Chisora in December
Chisora has lost both of his bouts against Fury, first in 2011 and then again in 2014
Fury, 33, first fought the British banger in 2011 where he outpointed his rival for the British and Commonwealth titles.
And he then secured a win inside the distance three years later for the British and European straps after Chisora retired after the tenth round.
Known to be close friends, the pair have fallen out in recent times after Chisora continued to back Fury’s opponents to beat him.
A third meeting between the pair was discussed last week after Chisora called out the unbeaten Mancunian for a final meeting.
It came after Fury had told the 38-year-old slugger to “kiss my a***” before declaring he would “punch him in the face” if he sees him.
Chisora’s promoter Eddie Hearn then fuelled speculation of a domestic dust-up after revealing Fury’s team had contacted him.
And according to the Independent, negotiations are underway over a mega-fight between the pair.
A representative from Chisora’s team has now confirmed that a bout could take place at the end of 2022.