The winner will earn a shot at a unification fight with Anthony Joshua.
Joshua is still searching for an opponent for his next fight and he has booked out Wembley Stadium for April 13, 2019.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder clashed at the first day of their three day press tour and had to be separated in London.
The Gypsy King had taken a break from boxing while he concentrated on battling his mental health and drink and drugs problems.
Now he is bidding to win the Bronze Bomber’s WBC heavyweight title and he respects him as being ‘the baddest man on the planet.’
“Even if he says he is ‘the baddest man on the planet’, I can’t disagree with him, he will be the baddest man,” Fury told BT Sport.
“I need someone of his calibre to bring the best from me.
“I can be one of the best fighters in the world in fifth gear but I need the motivation of one punch and it’s over to bring the best from me.
“There comes a point in every fighter’s life where they have to meet someone to secure their legacy.
“We’re active now and at the best of our careers, he’ll bring ferocity and power, I’ll bring speed and skill.”
Having only won two fights since his return, Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn thinks the fight comes too soon for Fury.
He told FightHype.com: “He’s not fit, he’s not ready but it’s happening.
“Wilder against Fury, if it happens, is a really good fight to find out who’s the second best heavyweight in the world.
“The only way Fury can beat Deontay Wilder is just to bore him to sleep, just to hold him and frustrate him.
“He can’t knock Deontay Wilder out.”
Source : EXPRESS