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WBC Champion Fury finally looked set to take on Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia this year, but after Wilder's team won an arbitration hearing, the American waived his rights to a third fight against The Gypsy King.
The pair have clashed twice already in two exciting bouts, with the first giving boxing fans one of the greatest moments in the sport's history as Fury rose from the canvas to battle his way back to a controversial draw.
A second fight was created following the controversy, but Fury made no mistake of letting the encounter go to the scorecards with a flawless display to win by seventh-round KO.
Fury signed less than seven days since he appeared on social media stating he had agreed to face Joshua in August.
But Wilder refused to take any money in order to step aside and let Fury pursue the Joshua fight.
Joshua is now expected to defend his IBF, WBA and WBO belts against Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk in August, with a fight with Fury mooted should both still hold their world titles later this year.
Until then, Fury and Wilder will meet again this summer and we have everything you need to know ahead of the third fight.
The fight is scheduled to take place on Saturday, July 24 2021 and many boxing fans across the globe will be tuning in to see if Wilder can avenge his defeat from last time out.
:speaking_head:️"This was their intention all along to make this fight (Fury vs Wilder). That is now what I truly believe." - @EddieHearn pic.twitter.com/Sr8uHF8dY5
- DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) May 24, 2021
Fury vs Wilder 3 is going to be a pay-per-view bout courtesy of two broadcasters - ESPN and Fox Sports.
The fight will also most likely be streamed live on BT Sport Box Office, which you can access by signing up and watching on your TV or via the BT Sport Box Office App.
"He's one of two things. Either he's absolutely crazy or a sucker for punishment." @Tyson_Fury can't figure out why Deontay Wilder wants to throw hands with him again. (via @MarkKriegel) pic.twitter.com/650UDDrMxW
- ESPN Ringside (@ESPNRingside) May 23, 2021
Although not confirmed, Fury's team have stated that the fight will take place in Las Vegas, with Allegiant Stadium being the venue reserved for the bout.
Officially signed! @Tyson_Fury has put pen to paper for a third fight with @BronzeBomber :pencil: #FuryWilder3
:movie_camera: via @trboxing pic.twitter.com/s6fxKBoYmV
- Boxing on BT Sport (@BTSportBoxing) May 23, 2021
Ticket are yet to go on sale for the fight, but we will have all of the latest information surrounding prices and sale dates right here for you.
No other additional bouts have been announced for the fight card as of yet. We'll let you know as and when.
Tyson Fury is 2/7 to win the fight, while Deontay Wilder is priced at 5/2. A draw is priced at 25/1.
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