Former WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has offered to help his Queensberry stablemate, Joe Joyce, prepare for his upcoming rematch with Chinese giant Zhilei Zhang.

Back in April, Zhang pulled of a shocker when he stopped Joyce in six rounds. Joyce's right eye was swollen shut - which prompted the ringside doctor to wave off the fight.

A few weeks would follow before Joyce would exercise his contractual clause for an immediate rematch.

Coincidently, Fury was attempting to secure Zhang as his next opponent - but those discussions were roadblocked when Joyce forced the rematch.

The second fight takes place on September 23 at Wembley Arena. The winner will walk away with the mandatory position to unified champion Oleksandr Usyk.

Fury would like to see his countryman come out on top - which is why he's offering his services in training camp. The two boxers have sparred in the past.

"This is a message to big Joe Joyce. Joe I saw you got the Zhang fight coming up again. If you want some proper southpaw from someone who's bigger, fatter, quicker, harder puncher, everything than Zhang, please come up to Morecambe and do some sparring with me," Fury said.

"It can only improve it, make it better. And trust me on this, I've got a secret for you and I know how to beat that Zhang - chop him down like an old oak tree. The offer is there Joe, get yourself down to Morecambe Bay and do as many rounds with myself. Get up there, can't say any better than that. I won't charge you a lot, just £100,000 a round."

Fury's next fight is still in limbo. However, there have been recent whispers of a potential exhibition clash with former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou.