The rematch between Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte seems to be back on track, after an agreement was reached to remove a late requested rematch clause.
Whyte had previously revealed how a late request for a one-way rematch clause in Joshua’s favour had complicated talks for the fight.
Joshua already has been linked with a potential Deontay Wilder fight, eyed to take place in the Middle East later this year.
If he beat Joshua, Whyte would then look for a similar fight next himself. So this issue with a rematch clause could have been a major stumbling block.
Whyte has a long-running rivalry with Joshua. He beat AJ as an amateur, before Joshua went on to win an Olympic gold medal at London 2012.
As professionals, they boxed in a wild 2015 British heavyweight title, which Joshua won by seventh-round stoppage.