Deontay Wilder has officially confirmed his rematch with Tyson Fury is set for February 2020, MySportDab reports.
Fury has continued his fine record in the ring since fighting Wilder over a year ago and has secured two victories ever since against Tom Schwarz and Otto Wallin.
However, American heavyweight boxer Wilder made the rematch known on Twitter and wrote: “After February 22nd there will be no more unanswered questions.
“I will end what I started, and this time @Tyson_Fury will not be getting up off that canvas so quickly. I’ve proven myself time and time again and I will do it again in February. #WilderFury2”
Tyson Fury was floored twice in the closing stages in the 2018 fight against Wilder and almost lost but judge Phil Edward’s make the final decision as a frustrating draw.
It still being argued who should have won the bout and who suffered more injustice despite all the hard work.
The 113-113 call by Edwards did enough between a 115-111 card for Wilder and a 114-112 for Fury.
Just recently, Fury parted ways with trainer Ben Davison who helped his boxing career from addiction and suicidal depression to the land of riches, with the boxing fame.
Nigeria’s well-known icon, Anthony Joshua is ready as ever to bring together the heavyweight division after making it clear he would prefer a Deontay Wilder bout over facing Tyson Fury in the ring.
MySportDab understands the London-born champion regained his heavyweight belts in his rematch with Andy Ruiz earlier this month – putting him right on track for an iconic clash with either of them.
Tyson Fury is expected to challenge for the American’s WBC belt – while Joshua has the IBO, IBF, WBO and WBA belts.