A date has been set for the much-anticipated bout between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitshcko.
The two heavyweights have been given the green light after WBO and WBA heavyweight champion Tyson Fury vacated his belts after being ruled medically unfit to compete.
According to The Telegraph, the Joshua Klitshcko fight has been set for 10th December, with confirmation expected this week.
The bout is expected to fetch a whopping £30 million and garner record viewing numbers from across the World as the Ukrainian looks to return with a bang.
Although Joshua was scheduled to fight on November 26th, it is believed that the date will now be pushed back to accommodate the new clash.