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Tyson Fury will challenge WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas in November after easing to a 10-round victory over Francesco Pianeta at Belfast's Windsor Park.
The 30-year-old needed only to defeat his little-known opponent to secure the ambitious fight, which will represent only the third since his comeback began in June, and was afterwards joined in the ring by the powerful American where both fighters and promoter Frank Warren confirmed they will meet.
Crucially for Fury, after the disappointment of his four-round victory over Sefer Seferi in June, in being taken the 10-round distance he was given the chance to shift much of the ring rust that would have developed during his near-three-year absence.
He will have to lose further weight and continue to rediscover his sharpness following an unremarkable performance in which he rarely hurt his opponent, but standing opposite Wilder, he vowed: "I'm going to win this man's belt and bring it back to defend right here in Belfast.
"You can't knock out what you can't hit. This man (Pianeta) couldn't land a blow on me.
"This was the performance I needed to prove against a tough opponent that I can move and box again at the best level.
Eden Hazard set up the decisive goal for Marcos Alonso as Chelsea beat Arsenal 3-2 in a frenetic London derby.Read the full story ›
West Ham's expensively assembled squad crashed to a second straight defeat after Bournemouth came from behind to win 2-1.Read the full story ›
Harry Kane scored his first Premier League goal in August as Tottenham beat Fulham 3-1 at Wembley.Read the full story ›
Jamie Vardy was sent off on his return to the Leicester side but the Foxes still eased early-season pressure on manager Claude Puel.Read the full story ›
Marco Silva oversaw his first Everton win as Walcott and Richarlison goals proved enough to continue Southampton's Goodison Park hoodoo.Read the full story ›