The fight is a rematch of the one-sided July 2011 fight where Chisora was outpointed by Fury, claiming the British and Commonwealth titles, and pay per head sportsbooks remember this clash very well.
Price per head services saw that promoter Frank Warren announced the fight on Twitter to which he will secure the winner a shot at Klitschko, who’s the current WBO, IBF and WBA champion.
Chisora, who promised to avenge the loss at the Wembley Arena, said: “Tyson Fury is in my way and I’m going to smash him out of it and get the world title fight against Klitschko.
“Yes, Fury beat me last time, but that was at the worst time of my career. You’re seeing the best of me now and there’s no way Fury can deal with that. He hasn’t moved on in his career since he beat me, I’ve been fighting at a higher level while he’s been fighting nobodies.
“This time I’ll dump him in a heap in the ring. He’s still got it in the back of his mind that he’s beaten me, he won a battle, I’m going to win the war.”
However, Fury said that while their last fight went the whole 12 rounds, this one won’t take so long, and pay per head sportsbooks would like to see if his words prove to be true.
“It’s set to be a great night in my home city, the night I earn my dream world title shot in front of my home fans,” he said.
“It means I have to go over old ground and batter Chisora again, but if that’s what has to be done, I’ll do it and in much better style this time.
“That fight was nearly three years ago, I’ve moved into world class since then and remained unbeaten. I’ll give it to him, Tubby has shifted that spare tyre around his waist and got himself into shape, but he can’t build muscle on his chin and when I land on it he’ll be knocked clean out.
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“Get one thing clear, I’m getting the world title fight against Klitschko, I’m the best in Britain and you’ll see why on 26 July.”