The fight between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk for three world heavyweight titles will take place on September 25.

The location of the Tottenham Hotspur stadium was announced on Tuesday.

Joshua, 31, is risking his IBF, WBA and WBO championship belts against his Ukrainian opponent.

Up to 60,000 people can be present at the battle.

For the 34-year-old Usyk, who is still unbeaten in eighteen professional matches, it will be his first World Championship duel in the heavyweight.

In the cruiserweight he already conquered the world titles of the four major federations.

Joshua was due to play in Saudi Arabia in August against his compatriot Tyson Fury, the world champion of the WBC.

That titanic duel should have produced the undisputed world heavyweight champion, but has been postponed until further notice.

An American arbitration committee ruled that Fury must first defend his world title against Deontay Wilder from the United States.

That game will take place in Las Vegas on October 9.

Joshua also had to look for a new challenger.