Another heavyweight boxing blockbuster is on the horizon, with confirmation Deontay Wilder will fight Dominic Breazeale in May.
The WBC heavyweight championship fight is scheduled before WBO, WBA and IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua defends against Jarrell Miller at Madison Square Garden in June.
Breazeale's rise to challenger came slightly quicker than expected, after Tyson Fury chose to explore other options, despite being granted a rematch, after his thrilling draw with Wilder in December.
The 33-year-old has 18 knockouts in 21 fights - his sole loss came at the hands of Joshua three years ago, when he was stopped inside seven rounds.
Undefeated as a professional, WBC champion Wilder is still pushing for a unification fight with the Brit, which could now happen at the end of the year, if they can navigate their title defences.
Fury's next fight is unclear, although Kiwi Joseph Parker has been mentioned as a potential opponent for the former heavyweight champion.