Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will fight for a third time on July 24 in Las Vegas, with the world heavyweight title on the line once again between the pair.
Fury is the favourite heading into the trilogy bout having brutally stopped Wilder in their rematch early last year, but neither man has fought since then so ring rust could play a factor.
Wilder has fearsome punch power, and almost finished the Gypsy King in their original fight, but the undefeated Brit survived to earn a draw that many felt was a robbery.
Since then, it appeared that they would go their separate ways, with Fury even signing a deal to fight Anthony Joshua for the undisputed title in Saudi Arabia on August 14.
However, that bout fell through when an arbitration case brought forward by Wilder ordered that Fury must fight his old rival one more time before taking any other bout.
Here's all you need to know about the big fight…
When is Fury v Wilder 3?
Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 takes place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on July 24.
The pair first met at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on December 1, 2018, less than six months after Fury's return to the ring after three years out.
They drew on that night in California, with many experts saying that Fury deserved to get the decision despite being put down in the twelfth round.
It took just over a year for the rematch to be made, and when they did fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena Fury brutally stopped Wilder
What time will it start in the UK?
The main event is expected to start at around 4 or 5am on Sunday July 25 in the UK for early prelims, with the undercard probably beginning at 11pm on July 24, or midnight.
There are four fights on the pay-per-view undercard before the main event, so expect ring walks at earliest 5am, more likely closer to 6am.
How to watch via TV and live stream
The event will be available on BT Sport Box Office, likely at a cost of £19.95.
Expect the event to be broadcast on Fox Sports PPV and ESPN+ PPV in the United States, with the price likely to be around $80.
You can stream the event from the BT Sport app and we will have all the action here on Mirror Fighting .
Fury v Wilder fight card
Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 – WBC world heavyweight title
Efe Ajagba vs Frank Sanchez
Alberto Puello v Rances Barthelemy – WBA interim world super lightweight title
Robert Helenius vs Adam Kownacki
Steven Torres v Justin Rolfe
Tyson Fury – 2/7
Deontay Wilder – 5/2
Draw – 25/1
"I'll tell you how I see this fight, I gave my game plan away before because he's not good enough to do anything about it and I'll do the same again this time.
"Deontay Wilder is a one-trick pony, he's got one punch power, we all know that, great.
"But what I'm going to do to Deontay Wilder this time is I'm going to run him over like I'm an 18-wheeler and he's a human being and I guarantee you he does not go past where he did before.
"Before I only had five or six weeks of practicing what I was going to do to him, this time I've had 18 months, so that is what you're going to see.
"I'm building my weight up, I'm trying to get up to 300 lbs for this fight because I'm looking for a big knockout straight away.
"I don't believe he's mentally, physically or emotionally involved in this fight, and he's doing it for the wrong reasons.
"When people do things for the wrong reasons they wind up getting hurt and we'll see on fight night if I'm a man of my word and if I can run him over quicker than round seven, and I'm sure I will."
“I hate him, there’s bad blood and there will always be bad blood.
“I want to do more than punish him. Come up with the most brutal thing in your mind and we’ll go with that.
“Hate is always a motivation to destroy, don’t the devil do it every day? Seek, kill and destroy, that’s the devil’s plan.
“I have never felt this way about any opponent before.”
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