Tickets keep their validity.
Originally scheduled on October 24th the fight has been postponed due to an injury of Wladimir Klitschko. After a comprehensive medical examination the champion has been given a green light today for the fight to proceed at the end of November.
“My injury will heal quickly enough for me to enter the ring on November 28. I will promptly continue my training camp preparations and, of course, I am very happy to still be fighting this year, especially for my fans who have already bought their tickets,” said Wladimir Klitschko.
Editor’s Note: Tyson Fury had originally stated that it was down to Sky Sports Box Office approving the date on November 28 which means the fight is set to be a pay-per-view affair in the UK just over a month after Kell Brook defends his IBF welterweight title on PPV.
There is also talk of Anthony Joshua v Dillian Whyte heading to the pay-per-view platform, although an official announcement is expected from Sky Sports to outline what is happening with the situation of all three events.