The heavyweights will collide once again at the MGM Grand.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will run it back for a third time. They will also do it back at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Back on Feb. 22, the two had their highly-anticipated rematch at the MGM Grand. There, it was Fury who got his hand raised by seventh-round TKO. The Englishman dominated the fight from start to finish. He even dropped Wilder twice and forcing his corner to throw in the towel.
Following the Fury vs Wilder 3 fight, Wilder said the costume he wore the ring played a factor in the fight as he tired out his legs. So, he triggered the rematch clause and now according to ESPN, the trilogy is set.
ESPN is reporting the trilogy will happen July 18 in Las Vegas, just one weekend after UFC 252 which is International Fight Week.
The first fight did a reported 325K pay-per-view buys through Showtime PPV, while the much bigger rematch was around 800-850K buys through ESPN+ and FOX Sports PPV.