- The much-anticipated clash has been set for October in Las Vegas
- Fight had been scheduled for July but was postponed after Fury tested positive for Covid-19
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’s trilogy fight has been rearranged for October 9 in Las Vegas.
The fight has been rearranged from its original July 24 date due to Fury and members of his team contracting Covid-19.
The much-anticipated clash was sanctioned by a judge in a court of arbitration amid Fury’s doomed negotiations to face Anthony Joshua for the undisputed title.
Fury and Joshua’s teams had been planning to set an ‘All-Britain’ clash between the two which would crown the undisputed champion – the first since Lennox Lewis in 2012.
Fury stopped Wilder in a one-sided fight after they battled to an exciting draw on their first meeting.