TOMMY FURY wants to make July's heavyweight title fight a family affair and fight Marsellos Wilder on the undercard.
Las Vegas will host the fighters' brothers this summer as Tyson Fury defends his WBC belt against Deontay Wilder.
And the 22-year-old Fury believes fans would be excited to see him face Marsellos, 32, to continue his rise in the ring.
When asked on The Lowdown, he replied: "I'm game for whatever – that would make headlines.
"It would be a good thing, a privilege to fight with Tyson on the undercard and both get victories.
"It would be good, I am up for anything. I am over here training, in shape, so whatever comes I will be ready for.
"If it's a good fight for the fans I’ll definitely have a piece of him. I called him out before and he never replied."
Fury boasts a 5-0 professional record ahead of appearing on Daniel Dubois' undercard this weekend.
A fight with YouTube boxer Jake Paul has been touted although 0-14 veteran Andy Bishop appears to have missed out on a contest.
Marsellos Wilder has appeared on his big brother's undercards before but lost to Dustin Long on his last venture to the ring, in November 2019.
The American holds a 5-2 after being floored due to a self-confessed 'amateurish defensive mistake' before Deontay's win over Luis Ortiz.
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