Tyson Fury’s trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder is still on for December this year with Allegiant Stadium a potential venue as Top Rank’s Bob Arum hopes fans can be present

Tyson Fury’s trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder could occur at the Allegiant Stadium – home to NFL side the Oakland Raiders – on December 19.

The Gypsy King handed the American the very first defeat of his expert profession back in February.

Coronavirus has reduced a lot of boxing’s significant fight dates, however Fury and Wilder is still anticipated to take location at the end of the year.

Fans have not had the ability to collect at sporting events all over the world due to social distancing procedures.

However Leading Rank CEO Bob Arum has actually informed BoxingScene.com that they want to have spectators present at the contest.

” We hope – because we don’t have control over this – that we will have the ability to do it with viewers safe distancing in the Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders Stadium (in Las Vegas),” Arum stated of the fight.

” If we can’t do it with viewers we’re going to need to move it overseas.”

The bout will be a joint pay-per-view between ESPN and Fox, much like their fight in February.

Fury stopped Wilder in the seventh round at the MGM Grand having actually had to go for a questionable draw when they first fulfilled in December 2018.

However ahead of a 3rd fight the Gypsy King expects the Bronze Bomber to be at his finest.

He said: He’ll be more unsafe in this battle than he ever has been before.

” This is the only organisation that I have an interest in – the only organisation. And when it occurs, it occurs and I’ll be waiting in the wings for the call.”