Derek Chisora has been offered a third shot at beating Tyson Fury.
The Independent reports that a possible WBC title defence for ‘The Gypsy King’s is being discussed.
Fury got the better of Chisora on two occasions in 2011 and 2014 outclassing his then rival each time.
In the years since the two men have forged very different careers for themselves.
As things stand Chisora is still a name and at contender level while Fury is at the top of his game as the current WBC Heavyweight champion.
Last time out the 38-year-old avenged his 2016 loss to Kubrat Pulev and admitted he is looking for one or two big fights before calling it a day.
A possible trilogy bout between Fury and Chisora has been put forward after the two former friends recently had a public fallout.
A representative of Chisora said discussions have taken place for the Londoner to land his second his world title shot.
David Ghansa of 258 MGT said:
“Tyson’s team have indeed reached out to us about a potential fight towards the end of the year.”
“And we have held initial discussions with more talks to be scheduled in due course.”
“It would be a massive fight for the UK if we can make it happen, and a fight that we have seen sells very well in the past.”
“I think that fight sells out a stadium in a pre-Christmas cracker.”
However, Eddie Hearn, who promotes Chisora on a fight-by-fight basis confirmed that Chisora had been reached out to but said the fight was “unlikely” during an Instagram Live chat yesterday.