Tyson Fury has confirmed he will do battle with Deontay Wilder for a third time after their heavyweight rematch in Las Vegas on Saturday. (photo by Ryan Hafey)
Wilder will put his WBC title on the line when he steps into the ring with Fury at the MGM Grand this weekend.
The first bout between former WBA, IBF, IBO and WBO champion Fury and American Wilder ended in a contentious draw in December 2018.
Fury says an agreement is in place for the final part of a trilogy regardless of the outcome in their second fight. Either boxer can exercise the immediate trilogy clause, with the third fight likely coming down on a date in June if it happens, according to Fury's promoter Frank Warren.
"I think the money is too big not to have it," the Briton told Sky Sports.
"This is the prize-fighting game and there is too much money in the pot for him not to want the rematch, even if he loses."
Asked if he would like a third fight, Fury said: "I don't lose!
"I will be having a rematch either way. All I do is win - unless I get a draw!"
Anthony Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hearn, wants whoever comes out on top this weekend to commit to facing the unified champion.
"We have to put the pressure on the winner to finally get our fight on in 2020," Hearn told Sky Sports.
"We will have a conversation and say: 'Are you doing a third fight? If so, can you do it quickly please?'"