The first bout was held at the Staples Center in LA in December 2018. The location for the rematch is yet to be confirmed but it will likely be on American soil again. Wilder will be putting his WBC belt on the line and hasn’t fought outside the US since 2014. The MGM Grand in Las Vegas, where Fury beat Tom Schwarz in June, and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn are the favorites to host the mouthwatering clash.
The much-expected rematch between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury is one of the epic events fixed for the beginning of 2020. It is regarded as the biggest match to take place in recent years. The date for that encounter is already fixed to be February 22nd, 2020. Since they first encountered in 2018, the two have continued to fight. The last encounter which also happened towards the end of last year could not end in a win, it resulted in a draw. This explains the reason many people have much expectation on this fight because, at the end of the day, it is expected that a clear winner would emerge. Fury said that he is already prepared for the fight maintaining that he was fit and he has not been drinking and he has been practicing. This is an indication that he is ready for the fight and that he is not leaving out anything to chance. It is not expected that this is the last encounter between the two. Fury is expecting that another battle between them could take place in June of next year. This is part of the trilogy of bouts.
The location of that bout is yet to be confirmed but the last one was held in Staples Centers which in Los Angele. The fight is still going to take place in a venue to be determined in America. The WBC belt which is in the hands of Wilder would be up for grab between the two fighters. It is worth noting that Wilder has always fought in his home country since 2014.