A final decision over a potential rematch between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will be made early next week, according to the World Boxing Council, World Boxing News report.
The pair have been locked in negotiations over a second fight ever since they left the Staples Center after their controversial split decision draw in December.
Fury almost capped a remarkable return to the ring with a victory over Wilder, however, the current WBC champion knocked the Brit down to the canvas in rounds nine and 12 to salvage a draw.
The self-proclaimed ‘Gypsy King’ recently signed a multi-million deal with ESPN, which have added to the complications of announcing a rematch.
And a statement released by the WBC said they will receive official communication on Tuesday.
The WBC has been in communication with both sides. We continue the process with regards to the Wilder vs Fury rematch.
There will be no further comments until the WBC receives official communication from both sides by Tuesday February 26th.
A second clash between the pair will more than likely take place in America, however, a date for the bout has yet to be agreed.