The Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder trilogy fight could take place in China or Australia but will still happen in 2020.
Fury’s co-promoter Bob Arum revealed on talkSPORT’s Fight Night that options are being explored to hold it in a different location.
Tyson Fury outclassed Deontay Wilder on a memorable night in Las Vegas in February
It was expected to be held in Las Vegas in July but the coronavirus pandemic put a stop to that.
Arum said: “We are looking elsewhere, at places where they’ve had very little coronavirus. Where it is not considered to be a problem.
“We are exploring the possible of Macaw, China and also in a big venue in Australia, which seems to have the coronavirus under control.
Tyson Fury is the WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight world champion
“Our goal from Fury’s standpoint and Wilder’s standpoint is to get that fight on in the fourth quarter before the end of the year.”
Their first two fights both happened in Vegas with the first ending in a draw in October 2018.
The rematch saw Fury dominate Wilder from start to finish and won the WBC heavyweight title.
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The coronavirus pandemic has led to calls for Fury to fight Anthony Joshua next for all four heavyweight belts.
It is unlikely to happen, though, due to the pair being under contract with Joshua due to fight Kubrat Pulev next.
If they both come through those fights then we could see it finally happen in 2021.