“We’re delighted to reach an agreement with Hennessy Sports for this great heavyweight title matchup,” said Tom Loeffler of K2 Promotions, promoter of Klitschko.
“The fight will be held in Dusseldorf, Germany, on Saturday, October 24.”
Holder of the WBA/WBO/IBF/IBO and “Ring Magazine” Heavyweight Titles, Klitschko improved to 64-3-0 with 54 knockouts on April 24.
He scored a dominant 12-round unanimous decision over then-undefeated and #1 ranked challenger Bryant Jennings at Madison Square Garden.
KLITSCHKO VS FURY
The win was Klitschko’s 18th consecutive world title defense. His 22nd straight victory.
Klitschko’s title reign is second in heavyweight history, only behind the fantastic Joe Louis.
Sporting an unblemished record of 24-0-0 with 18KO’s, Fury is coming off an eighth-round stoppage of Christian Hammer on February 28 in London, England.
He also owns two victories over top contender Dereck Chisora. Also, a stoppage win of former cruiserweight champion Steve Cunningham.
Fury will be the sixth undefeated fighter Klitschko has faced amongst his last seven title defenses.