Fury's clash with Klitschko had to be postponed when the champion suffered an ankle injury in training.
Wladimir Klitschko’s rematch with Tyson Fury has been rescheduled for October 29.
The world heavyweight champion confirmed the date on his official Twitter account, with the message: “16 weeks Saturday till I blast @Klitschko spark out, #&still!!!! Can’t wait #manchesteroctober29.”
The rivals were due to meet in the ring at the Manchester Arena on Saturday. But Fury was forced to pull out of the clash after spraining his ankle in training. The 27-year-old always insisted the fight would still go ahead.
And despite no official confirmation from his promoters, he has revealed the date for the much anticipated clash, adding that it will take place in Manchester, as originally planned.
Fury ended Klitschko’s heavyweight reign last November when securing an unanimous points win in Dusseldorf. He was the first man to beat the Ukrainian in 11 years.