Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are set to clash in early 2020 in one of the biggest fights in recent years.
The two superstars produced a thrilling encounter in Los Angeles last December, clashing in an epic draw.
They both have fights coming up soon but will then focus on their highly-anticipated rematch.
Fury vs Wilder II will be one of next year’s biggest bouts and here’s what we know about it so far.
Fury vs Wilder rematch: When is it?
Fury announced in July that his rematch against Wilder will take place on February 22, 2020.
The Gypsy King takes on Sweden’s Otto Wallin on September 14, while the Bronze Bomber is set to defend his WBC title against Luis Ortiz in November.
The two are set to clash prodiving both come through those fights unscathed.
Fury said in a YouTube video: “The Wilder rematch has been confirmed and signed. 22nd of February, it’s on.
“This time, I haven’t been out of the ring for three years. This time, I haven’t been abusing too much alcohol. And this time, I’m going to knock him the f*** out.”
Wilder added: “All contracts have been signed already. It’s officially on.
“As I always say I’m the realest champion in the business and as I’ve mentioned before I must handle all my controversial fights ASAP.
“By no means am I looking past Ortiz. He’s a dangerous fighter but I am looking through him.”
But that will not be the end, as Fury has claimed that there will be a third battle between the two in June next year to complete a trilogy of bouts.
Fury vs Wilder rematch: Where will it be?
The first bout was held at the Staples Center in LA in December 2018.
The location for the rematch is yet to be confirmed but it will likely be on American soil again.
Wilder will be putting his WBC belt on the line and hasn’t fought outside the US since 2014.
The MGM Grand in Las Vegas, where Fury beat Tom Schwarz in June, and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn are the favourites to host the mouthwatering clash.