Tyson Fury – Odds On Next Opponent Revealed
- The Gypsy King could face Joshua in a British Heavyweight clash next year.
- Oleksandr Usyk would be the next logical step for the reigning champ after Saturday’s victory.
- Fury is 10/11 to fight again before the end of 2022 despite retirement speculation.
Tyson Fury Knocked out Dillian Whyte on Saturday to retain his Heavyweight title, but speculation has already turned to who the Gypsy King will take on next, despite strong claims he might retire.
Most bookies are backing him to fight again this year though, with William Hill offering odds of 11/10 for him to step into the ring again this year and 4/11 before the end of 2023.
Tyson Fury Next Fight Odds
Cheekypunter.com has analysed who his next opponent is likely to be with fellow Brit Anthony Joshua being mentioned for a long time, but Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk is the 4/7 favourite to fight the champ next.
Joshua is second with odds of 13/8 according to Betfair, while Joe Joyce is 5/1.
The clamour for a Joshua-Fury match up will simply not die down, with some bookies already offering early odds on the fight should it happen before the end of the year.
Paddy Power are offering 3/10 on Fury to win the fight, while William Hill is pricing him as the 4/11 favourite.
Joshua comes in at 5/2 and 2/1 outsider with the respective bookies, while the unlikely draw is priced at 20/1 on both sites.
Oleksandr Usyk has also been strongly linked to face Fury, but there is also speculation that he will face Joshua first in a rematch – rumoured to be taking place next year.
The Ukrainian is currently the overwhelming favourite for that fight at 4/9, with Joshua being priced around the 7/4 mark.
Fury For Sports Personality of the Year? Odds Revealed
Elsewhere, Saturday’s victory meant Fury is now joint-favourite with many bookies to become sports personality of the year in 2022.
He is now priced at 8/1, alongside England Captain Harry Kane to win the award while Tennis sensation Emma Raducanu is behind the pair at 16/1.
Anthony Joshua is also in the running for this year’s gong but is priced as a 25/1 outsider along with footballers Marcus Rashford, Jack Grealish and Phil Foden, as well as athlete Dina Asher-Smith.