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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 could be held at Man Utd to fulfil Gypsy King’s dream of Old Trafford fight, says Warren

FRANK WARREN has called for Deontay Wilder to fulfil Tyson Fury's dream of fighting at Old Trafford if he wants a trilogy of bouts with the Gypsy King.

The American is set to invoke a clause in a deal that will see the rivals clash yet again despite taking a battering in Las Vegas at the weekend.

Fury, 31, snatched the Bronze Bomber's WBC title belt after demolishing him with a stunning seventh-round TKO.

And after being medically cleared to fight again, Wilder wants to step back inside the ring with Fury for a shot at redemption after blaming his 45-pound walk-on outfit for his performance.

Fury has already admitted how he is eyeing Vegas' 70,000-capacity Raiders Stadium as the ideal venue to host the scrap.

But Warren insists the fight should now give Fury the chance of fulfilling his dream by fighting in front of his own fans at the home of Manchester United.

"If that is the case, I think we’ve got to do the fight in the UK. Have it as Tyson’s homecoming.

"He deserves the chance to fight as a WBC world champion in front of his home fans.

"I’d love to do it in Manchester at Old Trafford. That’s always been a dream of Tyson’s."

Warren also added how Fury would prefer to see the back of Wilder and instead focus on becoming an undisputed heavyweight champion of the world by defeating Anthony Joshua.

He added: "Directly after the fight Tyson said he’d love to do the unification fight with Anthony Joshua.

"That’s his next target. He wants to unify the belts, but he’s prepared and happy to fight Wilder again.

"Everyone wants to see Fury vs Joshua. It’s an easy fight to make if it’s a 50/50 split. When is the next time we’ll have two British heavyweights holding all the belts between them?

"If there’s a deal to be done, we will sit down and discuss it. It’s a unique opportunity to make an incredible fight."

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