By Mike Coppinger
LAS VEGAS -- The heavyweight division is picking up steam.
Moments after Deontay Wilder lifted the title from Bermane Stivene, we have news of another big heavyweight fight for the spring.
Bryant Jennings broke the news to BoxingScene.com that he will be fighting Wladimir Klitschko for the heavyweight championship.
"It's happening. It's done. April 25, Madison Square Garden, New York City," Jennings said.
The fight was reported to be done earlier this month, but that was before Jennings (19-0, 10 KOs) officially joined Roc Nation Sports' stable following a deal with Gary Shaw.
The deal reportedly hit a snag after that, but it appears those issues have been resolved. MSG is a departure from the previous reported location of Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Klitschko has two fights left on his three-fight deal with HBO, and this will surely be televised on the network.
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