Frank Warren, promoter for undefeated light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury (7-0, 4 KOs), will be looking to reschedule the fight with Jake Paul (5-0, 4 KOs) for early 2022.

After months of feuding, Paul and Fury were scheduled to collide last Saturday night in Tampa, Florida.

But two weeks ago, Fury was forced to withdraw after suffering a broken rib in training camp. He was also dealing with chest infection.

Former UFC champion Tyron Woodley quickly stepped in for Fury.

Back in August, Paul won a close eight round split decision over Woodley.

This time around, Paul set the record straight with a brutal one-punch knockout of Woodley in the sixth round.

Warren feels strongly that Fury will be a much tougher opponent for Paul.

"We will be looking to reschedule in early 2022," Warren told Sky Sports.

"Jake said that Tommy Fury was 'lucky' he wasn't in there but really Tommy was extremely unlucky to miss out with his injury. A fit Tommy Fury is a very different proposition to Tyron Woodley."

After the fight with Woodley was over, Paul took the opportunity to throw a few barbs in Fury's direction.

"Hey Tommy, wish you could've been here but watching from a TV is cool too," Paul said.

"Tommy Fury is lucky that he wasn't in there tonight, because Tyron is way tougher. He has that experience. Tommy probably would have looked a lot worse than that [Woodley knockout] - and that was pretty bad. I got the highlight reel knockout setting up that shot, because I knew he was going to try and catch the right hand coming straight, so I had to loop it around like a hook."