Tyson Fury, the retired WBC heavyweight champion, will fight Anthony Joshua again if the fight is free to watch and attend in England.
Fury declared in June that he was “over” boxing, but has since stated that if his conditions are met, he will sign a contract.
“The fight has got to be for free,” Fury said in an Instagram post.
“Free-to-air on television and all tickets go for free. No money is to be made off of this British, historic fight if it happens.”
“There are the terms, I’m in the driving seat, take it or effing leave it,” the 33-year-old Britishman added.
In his last fight, Fury defeated compatriot Dillian Whyte to retain the WBC title, before announcing his retirement and keeping a promise to his wife.
He then stated in June that he would fight again for £500 million.
Meanwhile, Joshua will look to reclaim his WBA, WBO, IBF, and IBO world titles when he rematches Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk on August 20 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.