WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is not motivated by capturing more world titles.

On October 28th in Saudi Arabia, Fury will return to the ring in crossover boxing match against former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou. Fury's title will not be at stake.

At the start of the year, there were serious negotiations for Fury to collide with IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO world champion Oleksandr Usyk.

The winner would have become the first undisputed heavyweight champion in the four-belt era.

Unfortunately, the two sides were unable to reach an agreement on the financial terms for a rematch.

Regarding his next assignment, Fury is interested in whatever brings him the most money - which includes another crossover fight, with current UFC champion Jon Jones.

Fury doesn't view Usyk as an opponent who brings a major payday. 

"Nope, I am not interested in fighting Usyk. He's a little Ukrainian dosser. That's all he is to me. No interest in unifying the division. It doesn't mean sh!t to me," Fury told The Daily Mail.

"All that stuff about unifying and whatever, it really doesn't mean anything to me. I am looking for the biggest payday. Most of the time, Usyk doesn't cut it. 

"He's just a foreign person who doesn't speak good English so you can't really sell him. I am looking for probably another American. Probably looking to fight Jon Jones in a boxing fight."

Another wild scenario that Fury would entertain, is a showdown under MMA rules with Ngannou.

"I would fight Francis Ngannou in the cage. I believe I would kick his ass in the cage as well as the ring," Fury said. "We'll have a f------- bareknuckle fight outside for the trilogy. 

"Haters are going to hate. I am getting a bag. I am getting a f------- big bag too. So, I won't feel bad when I am cashing my cheque in. I won't care when I am eating ice cream and marshmallows all day drinking Pina Coladas. I'm not thinking, 'what about those boxers?' and all that sh!t."