I think you can explore FusionSearch module of FusionHub, a web server that allow you to annotate your fusion genes across 28 datasets in a single go. Databases include Cosmic, ChimerKB, ChimerPUB, ChimerSEQ, ChiTaRS, Farecafe, TicDB, Tumor Fusion Portal, FusionCancer, ConjoinG and some other datasets from literature. A total of 28 different fusion resources can be searched for fusion information.
Different ways you can search, pair-wise, gene-wise and chromosome-wise. Besides these annotation, the server allows you to annotate your fusion gene w.r.t functional domain, kegg/biocyc pathways, any possibility of non-coding gene fusion etc.
Hope this helps. Please provide your feedback/bug which will help to improve the tool.