When is Tyson Fury's and Deontay Wilder? Here is the date and venue for heavyweight's next bout

Tyson Fury already has his next fight - and the one after that - in the diary. The heavyweight takes on Otto Wallin tonight in the second ...

Tyson Fury already has his next fight - and the one after that - in the diary.

The heavyweight takes on Otto Wallin tonight in the second of his five-fight, £80million deal with ESPN.

Fury is expected to overcome the unbeaten but unknown Swede as easily as he did Tom Schwarz back in June when the German was stopped inside two rounds.


Assuming the Las Vegas night goes according to the script, Fury will set up a second shot at world champion Deontay Wilder - assuming the American overcomes Luis Ortiz in November.

Fury and Wilder have both agreed terms for a rematch on February 22 with the MGM Grand Garden Arena the favourite to host the biggest heavyweight fight in years.

And assuming both men come through that fight relatively unscathed, they are expected to fight yet again.

"Not only is the rematch a signed deal, which would be the second fight between I think the best two heavyweights in the world, but the winner of the third fight, which is also already signed, gets 60 per cent and the loser 40 per cent," promoter Bob Arum told BT Sport.

"In the second fight, each side gets 50 per cent.

"I would prefer it in Las Vegas, but Wilder may object now because Fury has become the face of Las Vegas, it's his town.

"We've been talking to the MGM about the dates and so forth, and I think the T-Mobile, where he'll be fighting against Otto Wallin, will not be available, but the MGM is available for February 22."

Should Fury win the rematch, there will be a clamour for the rubber match to be held in the UK, possibly at Wembley stadium.

But Arum added: "There's nothing wrong with Britain but you have to understand the problem.

"The big source of revenue comes from pay-per-view and people are saying the next fight will do two million homes in the US, paying into the promotion $40, that's $80m just from pay-per-view.

"If you move it to England, the fight goes on the afternoon in the US and you can't do anything like that number on pay-per-view.

"If it's on at an odd hour in the UK, history shows if the fight is big enough, fans get up and watch it."

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