Heavyweight contender Hughie Fury is looking for the biggest fight possible, according to promoter Ben Shalom of BOXXER.

Fury, the cousin of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, has been ordered by the WBA to fight Robert Helenius.

"That can happen. He wants a big fight now," Shalom said to Sky Sports.

"He also wants the winner of Daniel Dubois vs Trevor Bryan [who are set to contest that title]. He would also like to fight Bryan before Dubois, if possible."

Shalom had been trying to make a fight between Fury and division veteran Derek Chisora - but it appears that Chisora has no interest in facing the younger Fury.

Chisora, 38-years-old, is coming off three consecutive - with a decision loss to Oleksandr Usyk and a pair of defeats to Joseph Parker.

Shalom is trying to offer other options to Chisora.

"We wanted him to fight Hughie Fury but he isn't interested," Shalom told Sky Sports.

"We are looking at options and speaking to his team. We have our idea of what works for us. Other options? Michael Hunter, Chris Arreola, maybe Dominic Breazeale. It has to make sense for both parties. Chisora is still a big attraction in the UK and has plenty of options."

Fury has been out of the ring since last October, when he stopped veteran Christian Hammer in five rounds. The 27-year-old Fury has now won three fights in a row since losing a twelve round decision to former champion Alexander Povetkin in 2019. Fury's other two defeats, both by decision, came at the hands of Kubrat Pulev and Joseph Parker.