“Yes, I can assure you of yes,” Arum told World Boxing News when asked if they were set for three bouts.
“There are a lot of good heavyweights who have had trilogies. This would be a trilogy.
“We’ve had great trilogies in the past. Ali v Frazier. Ali v Norton. They were all trilogies, not four fights.
“The percentages will change, as in the winner would get more on that third fight, than the loser. It’s all based on who wins the second fight.”
For the time being, all eyes will be on the rematch, which was announced by Wilder earlier this month.
“Wilder v Fury II is going to happen. It will be a terrific fight,” Arum said.
“The first fight was terrific. This fight will be even better.”
Fury still has to overcome Tom Schwarz as he makes his Las Vegas and ESPN debut next weekend.
The Gypsy King is overwhelming favourite to maintain his unbeaten record as he takes on German prospect Tom Schwarz at the MGM Grand on Saturday, June 15.