Marsellos Wilder, the brother of former world champion Deontay Wilder, has embraced the idea of fighting Tommy Fury, the younger brother of WBC champion Tyson Fury.

A few days ago, Tommy Fury came up with the idea of facing Marsellos on the undercard of Tyson's upcoming trilogy fight with Wilder - which is targeted for July 24 in Las Vegas.

“That fight [with Marsellos Wilder] would make headlines," Fury told Queensberry's The Lowdown show. "It would be a privilege to fight on Tyson’s undercard and both of us getting victories.

“I am up for that fight. I am up for anything. I am over here training, in shape so whatever comes I will be ready for. I’ll have a piece of him. I called him out before and he never replied.”

Tommy Fury, who is 5-0 with 4 knockouts as a pro, will return to the ring on Saturday against unbeaten Jordan Grant - and the contest will be featured as part of the undercard to Daniel Dubois' fight with Bogadon Dinu.

After that fight, Tommy wants to return on the big July card in Las Vegas - by facing Marsellos in a big family affair.

Tommy Fury issued a warning to the younger Wilder late last year, as well.

“If his brother wants the same as Deontay got, then he can get it. I see a lot of people tweeting about wanting to fight me but I never saw that before I went into Love Island so I know what they are after," Tommy Fury said.

“If Marsellos Wilder is one of those then I will happily oblige. My advice for him would be to keep quiet and stay in America where he can try to help his brother recover from what Tyson did to him, fair and square.”

Marsellos, 31-years-old, has now taken to social media - with a warning for Tommy.

"Hey Tommy Fury, keep that same energy when you see me," Marsellos said. "You're speaking on my name, but your team ain't sent me a goddamn thing. I don't do no capping, I'm a real-life entertainer, boy."

Wilder, 5-2, has been out of the ring since getting knocked out by Dustin Long in 2019.