On June 15th, Tyson Fury, the British world champion, will face the great German-American Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas.
Fury will fight for the first 29 years with the signing of a simple agreement with the United States' ESPN Expendable, which puts £ 80m in five fighting fights.
Frank Warren promoter hopes that the heavyweight champion of the Fury WBC will fight Deontay Wilder again this year.
"I'm very well prepared, I can not wait for the fight," said Fury. "Schwarz has no mounting, younger, fresh and ambitious."
Schwarz, 24, is ranked second in the world with the WBO, with 24 wins out of 24 horsemen, with 18 stops.
"When you start as a little boy, you will dream of America cracking," Fury added, for the first time in Las Vegas.
"I will be the greatest audience back and forth".
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Fury's developer Bob Arum said the fight would be "compelling", Schwarz's "big big guy" 6ft-5in.
Fury has made the final US competition up for his drama, from midnight to midnight with Wilder to share the controversial draw.
A recovery was sure, but negotiations stopped and signed an agreement with Fury's ESPN, and the end of the competition was expected.
Fury, Wilder and Anthony Joshua, heavyweight champion, are currently operating with several television operators in the United States, and in theory they struggle more difficult.
Arum added: "Fury is supposed to win this fight and will make another appearance in the United States, and we hope that in February next year, he will fight against Wilder."
Asked if he had understood the calls to retrieve Wilder, Fury said: "Enter the club.
"I have to be careful about Schwarzen, Wilder needs to be in charge of Dominic Breazeale, and then I say that they get it. He has gone there, he has sent me messages and will not respond."
Wilder has gone to Breazeale on May 18, while Joshua is the American Jarrell Miller from New York on July 1.