Tony Bellew has called out Tyson Fury on social media, shortly after the self-proclaimed ‘Gypsy King’ returned to the ring with a victory against Albanian Sefer Seferi, the Daily Express report.
Fury, who had an advantage of more than four stone and nearly a foot over his opponent, completed the victory in four rounds, with the Albanian retiring on his stool as the fifth round was about to get underway.
Shortly after the fight, promoter Frank Warren confirmed that Fury will be competing again on August 18th in Belfast at Windsor Park as he looks to rack up the rounds inside the ring.
Bellew, who defeated David Haye for a second time in the space of 14 months in May, is thought to be a future opponent for Fury before the end of the year.
Haye’s conqueror Bellew posted a message for Fury on Twitter shortly after the fight, claiming he would knock him out.
Twitter: I will knock the big man @Tyson_Fury out!! Simple as that! #LetsDoThis (@TonyBellew)
With Fury expected to fight another low-level opponent in Belfast, Bellew could be in line to face Fury after his Belfast bout and potentially face off before the end of the year.