Tyson Fury will fight Deontay Wilder for a third time this summer after the latter won the rights in court.
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 waved his rights to a third fight against The Gypsy King.
The pair have clashed twice already in two exciting bouts; 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.
Now the pair will meet again this summer and we have everything you need to know ahead of Fury vs Wilder 3:
UPDATE July 28th: Deontay Wilder's coach believes that the delay to the trilogy fight will benefit the Bronze Bomber.
UPDATE July 15th: We have a rearranged date for the fight following the postponement and now the trilogy will occur in October this year.
UPDATE July 14th: Bob Arum has revealed that Fury refused to have a second COVID-19 jab over concerns of sickness in the build up to the fight.
UPDATE July 13th: Eddie Hearn has gone public with his thoughts on the ticket sales for Fury vs Wilder 3, and it's safe to say he is not being positive at all!
UPDATE July 12th: Wilder has reacted to the news that the fight is going to be postponed...
UPDATE July 9th: A huge piece of news has just emerged and it looks like the fight is going to be postponed after a COVID outbreak in Fury's camp!
UPDATE July 8th: Fury won the last fight and now footage is circulating from when he burst Wilder's eardrum mid-way through the contest!
Fans are also remembering the harsh memes that circulated on social media last time the pair clashed inside the ring...
UPDATE July 7th: A recent video has emerged that claims to prove Fury cheated in his fight against Wilder last time out.
UPDATE July 6: Wilder had made bold claim that Fury will have a master plan to 'cheat' again!
Update July 5th: Deontay Wilder's coach has just revealed some information which suggests that Wilder will be changing his tactics for the fight.
Update July 5th: A tweet from 2013 has been filtering around social media of Fury claiming that Wilder will be the biggest fight of his era.
UPDATE July 5th: Fury's punch power in the second fight was quite the surprise for boxing fans and it will be interesting to see how he comes into the trilogy. You can remember the shocking moments from the second fight below:
UPDATE June 30th: Dililan Whyte has mocked Wilder for a 'baby bench press' after shocking footage emerges.
UPDATE June 29th: Wilder has sent a bizarre message to Fury as we are less than a month away from the trilogy fight.
UPDATE June 25: Many have been discussing how much money both Fury and Wilder will be taking from the fight, and it now appears to have been revealed.
UPDATE June 24: Anthony Joshua has refused to give boxing fans and pundit a predicted winner ahead of Fury vs Wilder 3.
UPDATE June 24: Look inside to Fury's training camp as The Gypsy King raises his intensity ahead of the trilogy fight.
UPDATE June 16: Fans will not forget what happened last time out between these two fighters.
UPDATED May 25: Footage has emerged of Wilder looking sharp on the pads in preparation for the trilogy.
The Bronze Bomber will be hoping to avenge his defeat last time out and will be working harder this time around to secure the victory.
After being postponed, we can now confirm the rearranged fight date between Fury and Wilder is Saturday, October 9 2021. The trilogy fight is something fans want to see and we have to wait a little bit longer than first anticipated.
Read More: Fury vs Wilder 3: What date is the fight?
The fight will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
Ticket can be purchased from AXS and other reputable events companies.
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.
The prices for these pay-per-views are yet to be announced, but UK viewers can expect to have to pay around £24.95 for the fight, as was the case for Fury vs Wilder 2.
If you think Fury will win the bout, you can get odds of around 2/7 with most bookmakers. However, if you think he will get the job done by KO like last time out, The Gypsy King is 5/6 to win by KO.
Those of you backing Wilder, you can get odds for the American to win at around 5/2. If you think that win will come via KO, you can get a slightly better price of 11/4.
Here are the stats and records for both Fury and Wilder throughout their boxing careers so far:
Fight record: 31 fights, 30 wins, 21 wins by KO, 0 losses.
Fight record: 44 fights, 42 wins, 41 wins by KO, 1 loss.
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