Tyson Fury (32-0-1) defends his WBC world heavyweight title for the third time when he faces former foe Derek Chisora (33-12) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and now the supporting cast for this huge night has been announced.
One fight that was already announced at the same time as the main event was Daniel Dubois (18-1) defending his WBA ‘Regular’ heavyweight title against South Africa’s Kevin Lerena (28-1). Dubois won the belt last time out, brutally dispatching former champion Trevor Bryan in four rounds in June. Lerena, who doesn’t see Dubois as a top-five heavyweight, looks to catapult his name into the upper echelon of the heavyweight division since switching from cruiserweight in 2020.
Olympic silver medallist Denys Berinchyk (16-0) looks to grab European gold as he challenges Yvan Mendy (47-5-1) for his European lightweight title. Berinchyk is yet to put a foot wrong in the pro ranks, but his French opponent has a history of derailing Olympians in the pro ranks, as Mendy defeated Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell in 2016.
Amateur standout Karol Itauma (8-0) find himself on the undercard of the ‘Gypsy King’ for a second time this year, as he produced a stoppage on the undercard of Fury’s win over Dillian Whyte. Itauma steps up to fight over eight rounds as he clashes with Vladimir Belujsky (12-5-1) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Isaac Lowe (21-2-3) will be looking to bounce back on the big stage as he returns to the ring to fight Sandeep Singh Bhatti (8-4). Cruiserweight Hosea Burton (27-3) also returns as he looks to add another strike into the win column.
Finally, lightweight sensation Royston Barney-Smith (3-0) returns after his blistering stoppage last time out as he fights Cruz Perez (3-3) over four rounds.
Fury and Chisora collide this Saturday for a third time, this time for Fury’s world title on the big stage at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. This huge event can be watch live and exclusively on BT Sports Box Office.