Tommy Fury is considering an exhibition bout with super middleweight great Roy Jones Jr as his next challenge.

The youngest Fury brother has laid low since edging out YouTube star KSI on points in Manchester last month. KSI is determined to contest the result despite all three judges - and most boxing fans - scoring the fight in Fury’s favour.

Talk about a rematch with Jake Paul was mooted but the American has already agreed to fight 10-1 professional boxer Andre August next month. Speaking to Free Bets UK, John Fury, father of both Tommy and WBC heavyweight champion Tyson, revealed a showdown with one of the sport’s all-time icons is on the cards.

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“We’re speaking to Roy Jones Jr,” he said. “We can do something with him. I’m giving it some thought at the time of speaking. Roy Jones Jr is a great guy. He’s a lovely fella, a standup man and a hall-of-fame great.

“Maybe it is an exhibition or something, whatever he wants to do. We’ve not spoken in great detail, but he did say over in Saudi ‘Let’s do something’ and we’re all ears. We just need to sit down and see what is best for Tommy and Roy Jones Jr.”

Jones emerged as a US prodigy in 1989 after being robbed of a gold medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympics. His explosive, unpredictable style earned him worldwide acclaim as he asserted an era of dominance at middleweight and super middleweight in the 1990s.

As the years passed by, Jones won titles at super middleweight, light heavyweight and then heavyweight, becoming the first boxer in history to start as a light middleweight and become world heavyweight champion. Now aged 54, “Superman” continues to compete and recently lost a majority decision to former UFC champion Anthony Pettis, who is 18 years his junior.