Date: 11th June 2015 at 5:28pm
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It seems an age since Tyson Fury established himself as the mandatory challenger to the WBO heavyweight crown owned by Wladimir Klitschko.

Fury?s inactivity must be driving him mad as he waits for a date with destiny against a 39-year-old champion who many feel is on a downward spiral.

However, it is looking very much as if October could be the month with Fury and his cohorts trying to get the Ukrainian to come to London to defend his title.

It is a suggestion that Klitschko seems to be welcoming and we hear the steps are being taken to secure the fight at one of London?s football grounds with Stamford Bridge and the Emirates Stadium being mentioned.

Much of the donkey work appears to be being done by Frank Warren, who co-promotes Tyson Fury with Warren remarking,

?Staging the fight in England could make financial sense because of the crowd size.?

Exactly, plenty of money in the pot to lure Klitschko to the United Kingdom.