Speaking to BT Sport the Manchester hero revealed drug banned Jarrell Miller, as well as unbeaten Trevor Bryan, are on the list of potential opponents for October.
Tyson Fury reveals his next fight will be in October in the US – but star is still looking for an opponent
“I’m going to go back over there in October and knock out some American and then go back over in February and kick Deontay Wilder’s a** again.
“I’m looking at opponents, ESPN want an American opponent that’s well known.
“I suggested Jarrell Miller, he’s well known, he’s unbeaten, he was highly ranked, there’s also Trevor Bryan on the list.
“There’s a couple of other American’s that no one has really heard of they’ve got no reputation.
“Obviously Wilder has been done for February so we need an opponent.
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“So if you’re American, and you’ve got a good record, and you’re highly ranked and you can talk – come see the Gyspy King and I’ll come and give you a job.”
Fury was desperately unfortunate not to walk away with the WBC title in December after receiving a contentious split-decision draw against Wilder.
But the duo are slated to rematch in February next year, with Wilder first rematching Cuban veteran Luis Ortiz while Fury stays busy in October.