HEAVYWEIGHT titles are on the line come February 22 as Wilder vs Fury 2 is confirmed for the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Tyson Fury will get another shot at the WBC world heavyweight title as well as the Ring Magazine belt in a scintillating clash.
Champion Deontay Wilder retained the belt in their first meeting as the bout was ruled a draw. The result was disputed by many, including Fury who believes he won the fight.
Fury was comprehensively outboxing Wilder before ‘The Bronze Bomber’ landed a late knockdown. The combination by the devestating puncher was so brutal that Fury won more respect, just by making the count.
IBF, WBA and IBO heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua made headlines last week when he offered to spar with Tyson Fury to help him prepare for the fight.
Joshua regained his world titles after defeating Andy Ruiz Jr in a rematch on December 7 and has now resumed the undisputed talks.
The winner of Fury/Wilder 2 would become the lineal heavyweight champion and is destined to face Joshua down the road for all the belts.