A third fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder isn't currently in the cards, but it would reportedly be "relatively easy" to get one set up, according to Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated.
Fury and Wilder were supposed to run a second rematch in December, but the heavyweight pair moved the fight in order to accommodate the ongoing professional and collegiate football seasons.
Fury's fight against Joshua, a WBA, WBO and IBF champion, was reportedly scheduled against Wilder's will, even though he wanted to use the rematch clause in his contract.
The third rendition between Fury and Wilder was already postponed once. It was originally set for July 18, 2020, but was postponed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a split draw at the first matchup between the pair in December 2018, talks about a rematch quickly began and resulted in a February 2020 bout. Fury defeated Wilder by technical knockout in the seventh round at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Per Mannix, the only issue in getting the third bout set up would have to do with the guarantees, which were not laid out in the original contract.