TYSON FURY is preparing to take his camp to Las Vegas – hopefully for the undisputed showdown with Anthony Joshua.
The all-English clash, planned for July with the Middle East leading the race to host, must be announced in the next two weeks.
Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn insists they are days away from announcing the date and location after contracts were signed over a two-fight, £500million deal.
But Fury's dad, big John, insists the contract they have signed is so far worthless and his boy is considering other opponents.
Whoever is across the ring from the WBC champ this summer will face a 6ft 9in force already in sensational shape.
And Fury is set to take his team back to Sin City, where they will link up with American head trainer SugarHill Steward.
The undefeated ace has kept fighting fit working this his brothers and friends at the gym he built at his Morecambe home, complete with mural of his iconic Deontay Wilder win.
But the giant is set to take his squad over to Nevada to set up base at his US promoter's Top Rank private gym, with the help of local trainer Jorge Capetillo.
Fury likes how tucked away the gym is – ironically on Business Lane – and how readily available top sparring partners are.
And he has now ruled out ever fighting in the UK again.
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Fury said: "My home city is Vegas. I've had my last three fights there.
"My last four fights have been California, Staples Center, MGM Grand Garden Arena, T-Mobile Arena, MGM, they've all been over there.
"So I intend to stay there and end my career over there.”
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