If you’re looking forward to seeing Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury for the heavyweight title sooner rather than later, this morning looks like the fight has taken another positive step towards that happening.
There was speculation in recent reports that the postponed fight could in fact now not happen until early 2016 due to a pay per view slot not being available at Sky, but team Fury and the man himself have said otherwise this morning on Twitter:
It now appears that the ball is firmly in Sky’s court, in terms of getting this eagerly anticipated clash re-scheduled for fans next month.
Fury will likely welcome an earlier date rather than waiting around extra months for a date next year, as ring rust and lack of activity in the last year or so could put him at a disadvantage, on top of the already difficult task of travelling to Germany in a bid to dethrone the long reigning heavyweight king.
Wladimir Klitschko appears to have now gotten the all clear to fight for November 28th, it’s now down to whether or not a pay per view date can be agreed upon by the television companies.
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