Dereck Chisora could face Tyson Fury at Wembley in July
Dereck Chisora could fight Tyson Fury at Wembley Arena in July after his clash with American Deontay Wilder on 15 June was cancelled.
Wilder is unable to travel because of criminal allegations and Chisora will headline a rearranged show in London, with Fury, Fres Oquendo and Manuel Charr all possible opponents.
"I just want to fight again and I'm hungry for another world title opportunity," said Chisora.
The 29-year-old lost to Fury in 2011.
Manchester-born heavyweight Fury, who beat Londoner Chisora on a unanimous decision two years ago, is now undefeated in 21 fights after stopping American Steve Cunningham in the seventh round in New York in April.
Chisora has lost four times in 20 outings, including a world title fight against Vitali Klitschko and against British rival David Haye. He stopped Argentine Hector Avila in his last fight in April.
His promoter Frank Warren said offers had also been made to Puerto Rican Oquendo (35-7) and Lebanon's Charr (23-1), who was due to fight Haye on 29 June until the Briton withdrew because of injury.
"I'm concentrating on my next fight and whoever is in front of me on 20 July is going to take a beating," added Chisora.
On the undercard to Chisora, two unbeaten members of Warren's stable, Frankie Gavin and Denton Vassell, will face each other.