By Edward Chaykovsky

IBO/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is still not sure when he's fighting - or who he's fighting.

Last November, Fury shocked the world when he won a twelve round unanimous decision over Wladimir Klitschko last November in Dusseldorf, Germany.

After the loss, Klitschko had the right to an immediate rematch - by way of a contract clause - and he exercised that clause.

The rematch was being targeted for May 7th, but then it was pushed back after Amir Khan finalized a Las Vegas fight with Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez for the same date.

Fury lost the IBF heavyweight title after the sanctioning body stripped him for failing to make a mandatory defense against Czar Glazkov. He was unable to make that defense because the contractual clause with Klitschko prevented him from taking an interim-bouts.

At the moment Fury is in the dark on his return. He has no idea when his return date takes place and there has been no communication on who he's fighting. Fury flew to New York City last month and confronted WBC champion Deontay Wilder at the Barclays Center The two champions had to be separated from each other. Wilder, who is mandated to face Alexander Povetkin next, hopes to face Fury by the end of the year.

"I have no idea when the next fight is, who it is going to be, no idea," Fury said to Sky Sports. "So that is a bit of an update for everybody. I don't know who it is going to be, to be honest. I have no confirmation on if it is going to be Klitschko, Fred Flintstone or Batman, I have no idea."