Tyson Fury will be back in action in December, as he takes on Derek Chisora in a trilogy fight which will be taking place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
It is a surprise option for the undefeated WBC champion, with the 14th ranked Chisora stepping in for the date after an agreement could not be reached to fight Anthony Joshua. He teased fans by announcing his retirement before entering discussions with Eddie Hearn and AJ.
Fury remains one of the biggest names in the sport, with his trilogy against Deontay Wilder following a comeback making the Wythenshawe born fighter a household name. He sold out Wembley Stadium for his fight against Dillian Whyte back in April to underline his superstar status.
What is Tyson Fury's net worth?
Following his lucrative payday against Whyte, Fury's net worth has been reported to be as much as £150 million , he earned the bulk of this during his trilogy against Wilder.
This was added to by the huge £29.3 million he earned during his fight against Whyte when he fought his fellow Brit back in April and means that he is one of Britain's highest paid sportspeople.
Fury has a number of other ventures which he is involved in, and earned an impressive £12 million for a single appearance in the WWE, where he beat Braun Strowman.
The purse for his upcoming fight has not been revealed, but Fury let slip that his opponent would be earning £2 million during last week's press conference.
He said: “The man [Joshua] is a coward and I’m just going to keep torturing him, until he actually has the balls to fight.”
“Listen, you should let me manage you, I’m the man who has got you this two million quid, me, not AJ [Joshua] and I’ll do it for free. I won’t take a tenner off of you, because I like to help people out for nothing. Free of charge, for old time’s sake, let me manage you.”