Date: 1st December 2014 at 5:14pm
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After securing a shot at Wladimir Klitschko for the WBO version of the world title, Tyson Fury will now have to play the waiting game.

Fury knows that Klitschko is allowed to make an interim defence of his titles before having to face him and it has already been decided that Tyson Fury will fight against the O2 Arena this February, against an opponent yet to be named.

However, Frank Warren is adamant that Fury will get his WBO fight and he?d like it staged in England, taking Klitschko out of his comfort zone, in Germany.

Discussing the bout, Warren is quoted as remarking to the media,

?We will move heaven and earth to get that fight here. It would be a stadium fight if it happened.

?They are allowed 80 per cent of the purse bid to play with but we will do our best.?

?Fury will fight at the O2 Arena on February 28 whilst Klitschko is allowed to make an interim defence?

Wembley Stadium would be the best venue, Fury?s confidence and cock-sure manner would be a huge ticket seller, but getting the champion out of his comfort German comfort zone may take a huge purse off.