Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will reportedly meet face-to-face for the primary time since their rematch at a press convention subsequent Tuesday, June 15.
The heavyweights are going to be collectively to formally announce their July 24 trilogy contest.
They haven’t been in every others’ presence because the evening of their second bout – February 20, 2020.
In that contest, Fury floored Wilder twice and compelled his nook to throw within the towel.
The Brit took the American’s WBC title, embraced him within the ring afterwards and left the sector.
Nevertheless, issues have taken a far darker flip since.
Wilder activated his contractual clause to drive an instantaneous third combat, however the pandemic interrupted these plans.
When it received to the tip of 2020, Fury’s camp introduced that they believed the contract had now expired and they also have been transferring on to focus on an undisputed showdown Anthony Joshua as a substitute.
Wilder activated the dispute decision provision inside their contract, taking the matter to arbitration the place a retired choose presided over the problem.
He additionally got here out and accused Fury of dishonest of their rematch.
Simply as AJ vs Fury was absolutely agreed for August 14 in Saudi Arabia, the arbitrator dominated that Fury owed Wilder a 3rd combat.
Now, in keeping with BoxingScene, they’ll come face-to-face once more subsequent Tuesday.