TYSON FURY has invited old foe Deontay Wilder round to his house in Florida for the Christmas holidays.
The two heavyweights are enjoying some family time over the festive season, months after their epic trilogy fight.
Fury made it two wins in three, the other was a draw, when he knocked Wilder out in the 11th round in Las Vegas.
The Gypsy King is expected to be back in action in March, while Wilder is reportedly considering retiring from the sport.
But Fury has invitedthe deposed WBC champ to his sprawling mansion in the US.
The 33-year-old told MailOnline: "It's a huge place. With an enormous swimming pool. Room for all and I've told Deontay we're right handy for Disney World."
If Wilder takes up the offer, it could be a busy time at chez Fury.
The Morecambe mauler has six children with wife Paris. Wilder has eight children of his own.
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Promoter Frank Warren has revealed FOUR names are being discussed to fight Fury in March.
But WBC mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte is NOT one of those shortlisted as the Londoner continues his legal wrangles with the organisation.
It is likely that Fury, 33, will not lay his belt on the line because of the ongoing Whyte situation.
Warren revealed that Whyte's arbitration case with the WBC 'is not set until March' – effectively ruling him out of being in the frame to fight that month.
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