Chisora and Fury and are next in action at London’s Copper Box on February 15, and pay per head sportsbooks know that if they are successful they would most likely be set to be reunited in the ring in June.
Price per head services remember that in July 2011, Fury, who is undefeated, beat an overweight Chisora on points, taking his British and Commonwealth titles.
However, he has since suffered frustration after two consecutive fights fell through against David Haye, who is now retired.
Pay per head sportsbooks know that Chisora, European champion, will put his belt on the line next month against undefeated Ukrainian Andriy Rudenko, while it is not yet confirmed who Fury will take on next.
Promoter Frank Warren said: “The plan is for both of them to come through their fights on the night and then the pair will meet in a massive rematch in June.
“You’ve got a guy who is undefeated in Fury who has made a name for himself. He’s very outspoken and you’ve also got Dereck who’s also been a controversial figure in his time in boxing.
“He’s been beaten by Tyson in the past. Tyson won fair and square on the night. I think it’s fair to say Dereck could have prepared himself better but that’s no excuse.
“They’re two different fighters now. Tyson has come on now and he is a much better fighter than he was and so is Dereck. It’s got all the ingredients.
But pay per head sportsbooks found out that Fury’s promoter Mick Hennessy immediately played down the agreement, saying that it is premature to talk about such arrangement.
Hennessy said that a verbal offer was made to Fury, who recently continued training in the south of France, but stressed that will take some time to be signed.
Hennessy said: “These reports are not true, we have had a verbal offer from Box Nation for Tyson to appear on three of their shows, but as yet have not received any contract to look at and consider.
“Until something is agreed in writing and signed into, myself, Peter Fury and Tyson are still keeping our options open.
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“We were told it would be 48 hours before we even receive any paperwork to look at and we are still awaiting any such communication.”