Follow the latest boxing news live today as we recap on Tyson Fury's sensational win over Deontay Wilder last weekend. How does that impact a potential third fight, who will Anthony Joshua face?
Meanwhile, Canelo Alvarez's next fight looks set to be announced with Callum Smith or Billy Joe Saunders lined up for a 2nd May Las Vegas bout.
Matchroom Boxing's Eddie Hearn has also confirmed a 'blockbuster fight' to be confirmed today - and we'll bring you all that and more throughout the day.
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It seems that Shelly Finkel, co-manager of Wilder, has confirmed that the fight will happen.
Speaking to World Boxing News, he said:
"Right now, the clause for a third fight with Tyson Fury has not been activated yet.
"Deontay intends to activate it. He wants the trilogy.
"I can confirm Deontay will exercise his right to fight Tyson Fury next.
“That’s the fight Deontay wants. It will happen next."
A media call was sent out by Matchroom Boxing late last night which read:
'Blockbuster fight announced tomorrow.
'Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing USA invite all media to a press conference at 1pm tomorrow afternoon at the Omni Frisco Hotel in Frisco, Texas as Hearn announces a blockbuster fight for April.
'Both fighters and their teams will be present and available for interview, along with Hearn.
'Hearn will also introduce new signing Marc Castro to the media.'
It's believed that Canelo Alvarez's next fight will be announced before the end of this week.
Of course with boxing you never believe anything until it's in front of you - but it looks like it will be against Callum Smith on 2nd May in Las Vegas.
The fight would be for the WBA (Super) super-middleweight title.
The Bronze Bomber now famously claimed that the heavy costume he wore to the ring was the reason he couldn't perform against Fury.
A 'blockbuster' fight is to be announced today, while we await news on Canelo Alvarez's next fight and bring you more of the continued fallout from Tyson Fury's sensational victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas.