The seed has well and truly been planted, ladies and gentlemen.
Scuffles break out between current heavy weight champion Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury's dad John Fury - Credit: Stephen Hamilton-Presseye 17th August 2018 Tyson Fury pictured at the Europa Hotel in Belfast at todays weigh in ahead of tomorrows fight against Francesco Pianeta at Windsor Park.
Tyson Fury is a 1/200 favourite to beat Pianeta on Saturday night, and victory should lead to the much-anticipated clash with Wilder later in the year.
Wilder got into a freakish shouting match with Fury's father John and then clashed with Tyson himself as the pair traded insults.
The 30-year-old cut a relaxed figure alongside Germany's Francesco Pianeta, who at 18st 2lbs was narrowly lighter, and Fury remained cool when Wilder, who goes by the nickname "Bronze Bomber", came into view yelling his trademark "Bomb squad", to which John Fury apparently took offence.More news: Bills' Benjamin dismisses Newton skirmish: 'I wasn't even trying to listen'
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"When two fighters want to fight each other, it will happen".
Fury is a massive betting favourite to extend his flawless professional record to 27-0 and if he does, Wilder be sat ringside to confront his fellow undefeated heavyweight.
Fury weighed in at 18st 6lbs (258 pounds) ahead of only his second fight in nearly three years and is over a stone lighter than he was in June, ahead of his clash with Sefer Seferi.
"This is class, loving the hype between Fury and Wilder", one commented.
Frampton weighed in at 126lbs, with Jackson at 124lbs 12oz.