Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury’s world heavyweight title bout has been provisionally rearranged for Saturday November 28. The fight will take place at the 55,000-seat Espirit Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany, the same venue as originally intended, with tickets for the original date still valid.
Remind, last week the fight was postponed from October 24 and Fury was hopeful that new date of collision will be 28 of November, and now it’s officially confirmed. “I will promptly continue my training camp preparations and, of course, I am very happy to still be fighting this year, especially for my fans who have already bought their tickets”, said Wladimir Klitschko.
However, the Englishman is now set to get his chance at Klitschko, and he poses a significant threat to the long-term champion, per Steve Bunce in the Independent.
Fury, 27, claimed Klitschko’s injury was fake and believed the defending champion was playing games or afraid to face him.
Fury has accumulated an unbeaten record of 24-0 since making his professional debut in 2008, with 18 of those victories coming by stoppage.