Tyson Fury has said that an all-British clash with Anthony Joshua is still possible, despite the latter losing his title-rematch to Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk last month. Joshua lost the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles to Usyk with a decision defeat last September, and the unbeaten Ukrainian outpointed the 32-year-old again last month to retain his belts. Usyk, 35, could next face WBC title holder Fury in a bout to crown an undisputed heavyweight champion, although Fury has suggested that he might fight someone else in December, before taking on Usyk next year. Fury believes that fans are still eager to see the heavyweights face-off in the ring and is ready to fight Joshua if a potential bout with Usyk doesn\u2019t happen. He took to social media on Monday to offer Antony Joshua a WBC heavyweight championship fight amid delays to his plans to face Oleksandr Usyk in a unification bout. \u201cTyson Fury here, aka the Gypsy King, the WBC heavyweight champion of the world, as you can tell,\u201d Fury said in a video posted to Instagram, wearing his belts. \u201cI think you\u2019ve all heard that I\u2019m going to be fighting soon, within the next few months, and I think that before I announce an opponent, I need to do this, just in case. \u201cAnthony Joshua, I know you\u2019ve just lost a fight to Usyk and you\u2019re beltless at the moment, and I\u2019d like to give you an opportunity to fight me for the WBC heavyweight championship of the world in the next few months. \u201cYou\u2019re coming off a 12-round fight, so you\u2019re match-fit, you\u2019re ready. \u201cI\u2019m giving you a few months notice, if you\u2019re interested I\u2019ll send you the date over and we can have a rumble, a battle of Britain for the WBC championship. \u201cLet me know if you\u2019re interested. If not, I will select another opponent. Thank you very much, and good night.\u201d A bout between Fury and Joshua has been rumoured for several years. Should it be arranged, it would represent a huge chance at redemption for Joshua, who had lost three of his last five fights after winning each of his first 22.