The British blockbuster between the two heavyweight titans could be set to collapse following Deontay Wilder's court arbitration.
The ruling means Fury must fight the "Bronze Bomber" in a trilogy bout by September 15.
According to promoter Bob Arum, July 24 has been reserved at the Allegiant Stadium - home of NFL's Las Vegas Raiders.
Could Saudi Arabia's prince Khalid bin Salman Al Saud pay off Wilder to keep the dream fight alive?
Buatsi blasts out Brazilian in style
Joshua Buatsi extended his unblemished record to 14-0 after crushing Daniel Dos Santos inside four rounds.
Fighting under Virgil Hunter for the first time, Buatsi continued his climb up the world rankings and he could be one or two fights away from fulfilling his dream.
A domestic or European clash could await Buatsi next with the likes of Callum Johnson, Lyndon Arthur and Anthony Yarde all options.
Elsewhere, Brandon Figueroa unified the super bantamweight division after a sickening body shot stopped Luis Nery in round seven.
Figueroa added the WBC strap alongside his WBA title and will jump into another unification against Stephen Fulton.
Taylor bidding for history
This weekend will see another unification to determine the best fighter on the planet at 140 pounds.
Jose Ramirez and Josh Taylor prove an undisputed fight can actually come into fruition with the WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO world titles on the line at junior welterweight.
Taylor is looking to become the first Scotsman to achieve undisputed status since Ken Buchanan in 1971.
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