Unbeaten light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury (7-0, 4 KOs) believes the fight with Jake Paul (5-0, 4 KOs) is now bigger than ever.
Fury was scheduled to face Paul earlier this month in the main event of a Showtime Pay-Per-View card. About two weeks before the fight, Fury withdrew with a broken rib and a chest infection.
Fury, who is the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, was quickly replaced by former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.
Back in August, Paul overcame Woodley with an eight round split decision.
In the rematch, Paul generated a lot of headlines with a brutal one-punch knockout of Woodley in the sixth round.
Fury would like to reschedule his fight with Paul for as early as March.
"I do believe the fight is even bigger now. It's unfinished business. My team have reached out to his team to try and sort a date out for early next year," Fury said.
"My recovery process is underway I'll be ready to go in March, so let's get this fight back on track and let's get it sorted."
Paul has now stopped every opponent that he ever faced in the ring. Joining Woodley on the list of Paul's stoppage victims, include YouTuber AnEsonGib, NBA star Nate Robinson, and retired MMA veteran Ben Askren.
Fury was not overly impressed by the Paul-Woodley rematch.
"My thoughts on the fight were, it wasn't great. He was meant to be training for months and months on end and he went in the ring and hugged it out for the first five rounds," Fury said.
"When you've got the commentators laughing between themselves during each round saying, 'Who do you think won that? 'Oh, I don't know, because nobody threw any punches. And comments like, 'The fight's getting kind of hard to watch now'. It's all negative signs during the fight that you don't want to be hearing.
"I'm not discrediting the knockdown, it was a good knockdown well down on his win. But apart from that, the fight was pretty painful to watch."