British boxer Tyson Fury is the mandatory challenger to Wladimir Klitschko's world heavyweight titles, and the two camps have come to an agreement for a fight on November 28 in Dusseldorf, Germany, with ESPN's Dan Rafael confirming the news.
Riath Al-Samarrai of MailOnline previously reported that Chelsea had held talks to stage the fight at Stamford Bridge, adding that promoters were also considering Arsenal's Emirates Stadium as an option.
Fury currently holds a 24-0 record, per BoxRec. The 26-year-old possesses the cockiness and the unrelenting self-belief to go with it, something we've seen on multiple occasions throughout his career. He's a trash-talker and isn't going to let Klitschko escape his brand of verbal treatment.
"If I ever get hold of Wladimir I will smash him in bits. He is a s--t-house man, he wouldn't spar his shadow," the Englishman told British Boxers (h/t Edward Chaykovsky of Boxing Scene) on May 14.
"I had my head-guard on, I said go on let’s have a spar and he said no I’m only sparring small guys, because at the time he was going to be fighting Dereck Chisora, and he was scared of Dereck Chisora. I said to him, 'I can beat Dereck Chisora never mind you,' and then I went on a few months later and beat Dereck Chisora."