Light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury is eager to make his ring return on the undercard of his older brother's upcoming fight.
Fury's older brother, WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, is scheduled to return on April 23. The likely opponent is mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte. And the likely venue is Wembley Stadium in London.
Tommy Fury (7-0, 4 KOs) was scheduled to fight back in December, against social media star Jake Paul (5-0, 4 KOs).
As the pay-per-view event drew closer, Fury withdrew with a broken rib and a chest infection.
He was replaced by former UFC champion Tyron Woodley, who was brutally knocked out by Paul.
Fury wants to return on the April card - and then hopefully face Paul by the end of the year.
"I'd like to see the fight happen back end of the year. I'm not really waiting around for him, he knows I'm here and I'm ready to fight at all times. I've put that out there countless times," Tommy Fury said to Sky Sports.
"I'm not the issue here, if we wanted to fight the man would have rescheduled date by now but the ball's in his court. I'm ready to fight whenever. I'd like to see the fight happen at the end of the year. I know Frank [Warren] is still trying to reach out to him and stuff like that.
"I do think the fight is still there because, he's no daft, who else is he going to fight? He's got nobody else to fight. This fight is the biggest fight for him to take at the minute and he knows that full well. But I think I'm looking to get a run out on Tyson's undercard next, that's the plan moving forward and then we'll try set that fight up at the end of the year."