World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaiman is looking to invite his organization's heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, to sit down with him in Mexico, for a face to face meeting to discuss his future in the sport.

Fury was in action back in April, before a crowd of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium in London, where he knocked out mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte in the sixth round.

After that fight, Fury expressed his desire to retire from the sport.

However, in recent weeks Fury has conducted interviews where he opened the door for the possibility of fighting again - if the money is right.

Sulaiman is hoping Fury can make it down to Mexico.

"I will reach out to him this week to see what we can do - assuming he wants to visit Mexico so I'm going to talk to him (to) see maybe he can visit our country and we can show him our hospitality and just show him the love that Mexican fans have for him," Sulaiman exclusively told Planet Sport.

Fury is not planning to vacate his world title. And because he just made a mandatory defense in April, he has a lot of time before another mandatory fight is due.

"Well, he did his mandatory title defense. A champion has six months to defend the title, one year to defend the mandatory defense. What I have seen is mostly media and hype of speculations of what he will do or will not do," Sulaiman said.

"He has expressed continuously that he's retired, but when we spoke, we agreed that he will take his time and I'm going to talk to him and his promoters in the near future - just to get started to see if he confirms he's retired.

"That will be a great example to go out while you're on top - it is a great example to every boxer because many times we see sad stories when they retire once they have lost all their greatness. He has a beautiful family, he has money, he has great ways of making money outside of the ring. But if he continues fighting, he's a proud WBC champion."

Should Fury continue his career, and many believe he will, there are several big money possibilities. But the biggest, by far, is an undisputed showdown with the winner of the August rematch between Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua.