American boxer, Deontay Wilder, has said there will be no fourth fight if he beats Tyson Fury on Saturday night.
Wilder knocked Fury down twice en route to a controversial draw in their first fight.
But the Bronze Bomber was then knocked out in their second bout in February 2020.
Ahead of their third fight in Las Vegas, Wilder has made it clear this will be the final chapter in their saga.
He said: “There is no rematch clause if I beat him on Saturday night. No fourth fight. We are closing the chapter in this book.”
Wilder also intends to bypass Anthony Joshua and fight Oleksandr Usyk if he wins in the T-Mobile Arena.
“I expect Usyk to beat Joshua even more easily in their rematch.
“He has been in touch about us fighting then for the undisputed world title,” Wilder said.