TYSON FURY was salivating at a mythical battle card that saw him head against Oleksandr Usyk.
Ring Magazine shared their the battles they want to see in 2022with Gypsy King and Usyk, 34, topping the bill.
Fury, 33, shared the mocking poster and tweeted: “Imagine if this card could be done.”
The sensational act almost became a reality when Middle East advocates launched negotiations and cashed in on the pair to unify their titles in Saudi Arabia.
But Anthony Joshua, set to fight Usyk again after his defeat in September, is cannot agree a side agreement.
That means Joshua, 32, will continue his contracted rematch, while Fury will battle mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte, 33.
Further down the line is a head-to-head clash between the undefeated pair Errol Spence Jr, 31, and Terence Crawford, 34.
The two have not agreed terms in the past but with Crawford is now a freelance agentSuper war has new vitality.
Canelo Alvarez, 31, also featured in the bout against WBC and IBF lightweight belt holder Artur Beterbiev, 37.
Betterbiev belongs to boxing only champion with 100% knockoutto the fear of the Russians considered to be Canelo’s most competitive competitors.
Card Rounding was a mildly malicious duel between 27-year-old Gervonta Davis and 23-year-old rival Ryan Garcia.
The two verbally agreed to fight in 2021 but Garcia’s hand injury kept him out for the year.
Davis has established itself as a pay-per-view attraction but has yet to meet a high-profile name in the ring.
Unbeatable Garcia is perhaps the biggest commercial draw in lightweight, even without the world title.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/17519812/tyson-fury-fight-usyk-crawford-spence-jr-canelo/ Tyson Fury drools at the dream fight card with him and Usyk in the title and Crawford, Spence Jr and Canelo in action