OLEKSANDR USYK wants to face Tyson Fury after retaining his heavyweight world titles against Anthony Joshua.
The Ukrainian, 35, beat AJ once again via split decision in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
After the fight Usyk dedicated the victory to his country before turning his attention to the Gypsy King.
Usyk called out Fury for a bout and hinted he would quit if he does not get to face the Brit.
Usyk said: "I did this victory for my country, for all people, militaries who are defending the country. Thank you very, very much.
"This is already historic. Many generations are going to watch this fight, especially the round when someone tried to beat me hard, but I withstood it and turned it in a different way.
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"I’m sure that Tyson Fury is not retired yet. I’m sure, I’m convinced he wants to fight me. I want to fight him and if I’m not fighting Tyson Fury, I’m not fighting at all."
An Usyk vs Fury showdown would give both fighters the opportunity to unify the heavyweight division with the latter occupying the WBC belt.
Both men are undefeated in the ring but Fury is officially retired after defeating Dillian Whyte in April.
But he has made murmurs about a possible comeback – with many previously wanting to see him face Joshua.
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Earlier this month Fury was even involved in talks for a comeback fight with Derek Chisora, revealing he wanted to be the first heavyweight to have three trilogies.
But talks collapsed with Fury claiming his compatriot turned down a £2million offer to enter the ring.
And he may not be willing to fight Usyk either after criticising his performance against Joshua.
After the fight Fury said: "After watching that, the both of them were s***e. It was one of the worst heavyweight title fights I have ever seen.
"It was bulls***. Come on!
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“I'd beat annihilate both of them on the same night. F***ing s***e.
"Get your f***ing chequebook out because the Gypsy King is here to stay, forever."
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