With Tyson Fury set to face off against Deontay Wilder on October 9th in Las Vegas, the standout fight of the year draws ever closer. We provide everything you need to know below ahead of a once-in-a-generation trilogy fight.

They may have fought twice before, but the dynamics of this are completely different. A wounded Bronze Bomber, coming off a first career loss and a first career knockout, is out for revenge against the Gypsy King, who not only claimed his throne, but exposed his opponent in the process. Fury is out to underscore his status as the premier heavyweight in world boxing and put any remaining doubters well and truly to bed.

We take you through all the latest news, dates, odds and our own predictions for a third face-off between two giants.

Check out the latest Fury v Wilder odds and other boxing betting odds at William Hill.

Fury v Wilder 3: Fight time, date and location

The Fury v Wilder date is Saturday October 9th, with the fight taking place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, having been postponed from its original date of July 24. The main event will likely be shown at around 3.30am British Summer Time (on the morning of October 10th), with the ring walks set to take place at 3am.

Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3: The undercard

The undercard bouts confirmed for Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 are as follows:

  • Efe Ajagba v Frank Sanchez (Heavyweight)
  • Robert Helenius v Adam Kownacki II (Heavyweight)
  • Efe Ajagba v Frank Sanchez (Heavyweight)
  • Robeisy Ramirez vs Orlando Gonzalez Ruiz (Featherweight)
  • Edgar Berlanga vs Marcelo Esteban Coceres (Super Middleweight)
  • Julian Williams vs Vladimir Hernandez (Light Middleweight)
  • Jared Anderson v Vladimir Tereshkin (Heavyweight)

Fury v Wilder 3: The story so far

Two fights down, and although the current champion Fury thought he had put an end to any doubts that he is the better man of the two, we find ourselves in a position to watch Wilder attempt to regain his heavyweight crown for the first time in his career.

A controversial draw in the first fight, with Fury being knocked down in the 12th round after putting on a boxing clinic for the previous 11, the second fight between Fury and Wilder was scheduled for February 2020, with many worried the Brit wouldn’t be so lucky if the champion were to catch him with the same punch that saw him floored in Fury v Wilder 1.

What followed was one of the best performances we’ve seen from a British fighter on away soil. Fury, who gave his game plan away on multiple occasions in the press conference leading up to the fight, weighed in heavier than the first fight, with the promise he would stop Wilder in the second round with a knockout.

And although he couldn’t keep his promise, after two rounds it was clear for all to see that this was a Tyson Fury reborn, a new animal with power in his hands, and one not afraid to come forward and trade with Wilder, still to this day one of the most dangerous punchers in the history of boxing.

It was in the second round that Fury did indeed have Wilder wobbled, the first time in any of their previous 13 rounds in the ring together, and the champion had no answers for what was to come – a brutal barrage of right- and left-hand combinations over the course of seven rounds, until his then trainer Mark Breland put a stop to the contest by throwing in the towel.

Now, over a year and a half on, Wilder will meet his most formidable foe for a third time, in the hope that his adjustments made with new trainer Malik Scott will be enough to supersede the boxing prowess of Fury, in what will likely be the last time they meet in a boxing ring.

Fury v Wilder 3: Latest odds

As for Fury v Wilder 3 odds, Tyson Fury comes in as a 4/11 favourite. It’s the first time he has headed into a bout with Wilder odds-on with the bookies, whilst Wilder to win is currently 9/4, with the draw priced at 20/1.

In the event of a KO TKO or DQ, you can get Fury to win by 10/11, short given his success in the last fight, and Wilder at an enhanced 10/3 (from 11/4).

Fury to win by a decision or technical decision, meanwhile, is priced at 13/5, with Wilder 16/1 to win by the same method.

Elsewhere, Fury to win in rounds 1-6 has been enhanced from 5/2 to 7/2, while the Brit to be knocked down but still win is available at the enhanced odds of 11/2 (previously 4/1).