Tyson Fury's February 22 date with destiny is only weeks away now.
Under the famous lights of the MGM Grand Garden Arena, The Gypsy King will get his chance to finally settle the score with Deontay Wilder.
Fury was fuming after their 2018 bout was declared a draw by the judges claiming ever since that he was robbed in New York City.
The Morecombe-native is leaving no stone unturned as he prepares for one of the biggest fights of the century, eating six meals a day and dipping his hands in petrol to toughen them up.
He showed off his frightening new physique recently as well as he aims to weigh a staggering 270 lbs for the fight.
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However, while he is only days away from coming to blows with Wilder, Fury still has one eye on a potential super-fight with Anthony Joshua.
With that in mind, Fury was his typically belligerent self when chatting about Joshua's potential fight with Kubrat Pulev.
"Joshua and Pulev are a pair of p******," he told Sirius XM.
"It's not a fight that's interesting to me, I only want to see the big fights and unfortunately Pulev is not part of the scene.
"Anything can happen in the ring but the fights I want to see are me and Wilder, me and Joshua and Joshua and Wilder; there are no other players.
"That fight happens in Las Vegas and Las Vegas alone, it's the capital of boxing.
"It will be at the MGM Grand Garden Arena live from Las Vegas.
"Anthony Joshua is a p****. I'm the one who has come to America and conquered America; Joshua got knocked out by a little fat man, and in the rematch, he ran away from the little fat man all night."
While you would love to see two of Britain's finest boxers go at it on British shores, you can't argue that Las Vegas would be just as good.
In the end, boxing fans probably won't mind where it is held, they just want to it to happen.News Now - Sport News