Britain's former WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury says he hopes to be in Auckland to watch his cousin Hughie Fury take on New Zealand's Joseph Parker.
Hughie Fury is challenging Parker for the WBO heavyweight belt at Vector Arena on May 6th.
Tyson Fury told BoxNation "It will definitely be a first. Two world heavyweight champions from England (from the same family). I don't think it will be done again, put it that way."
"Of course it would mean a lot, it would mean the world to me. I'll go over there, providing I'm alive or whatever. God willing I'll be there."
On Hughies chances, Tyson said "Hughie's looking good, he's training hard and everything's going to plan - so far, so good…It doesn't matter if it's in New York, Hong Kong or China. It's a boxing match at the end of the day and whoever wants it the most will win it. Boxing is in the mind anyway, it's not in the physical body or how good or bad you are."
Tyson Fury hasn't fought since November 2015 after suffering from personal issues.