After what seems like an eternity of waiting, it looks as though we may finally get the chance to see Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua come head-to-head in what would be one of the biggest fights in the history of British boxing.
Joshua's stocks have dropped a little in recent times, following back-to-back defeats to Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk. But with Usyk keen for a little time off before fighting Fury, it looks as though AJ vs Tyson will go ahead.
Here is everything we know about the host venue for the fight.
Where will Fury vs Joshua be held?
The fight has yet to be officially confirmed, although Joshua's team have announced that they have accepted all terms to fight Tyson Fury on Saturday, December 3rd.
Fury has been very vocal on social media in recent weeks with regards to a potential fight with Joshua, with a video posted on September 8th suggesting that there are two potential dates and venues for the fight.
Wembley Stadium is believed to be the choice of venue should the fight be held on November 26th, with the Principality Stadium in Cardiff understood to be the host venue should the fight take place on December 3rd.
There has been no indication that the fight will take place overseas, and with Joshua's team now confirming they are in talks over a fight on December 3rd, it looks as though Cardiff is the frontrunner to host the Battle of Britain.
Fury vs Joshua Odds
Whilst we are still waiting on official confirmation of the fight, a number of bookmakers have opened their markets ahead of the clash.
As expected, it is the unbeaten Tyson Fury who opens as the big favourite, coming in as short as 1/3 to have his hands raised come the end of the bout.
Anthony Joshua can be backed as 9/4, with a draw priced at a healthy 20/1,
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