Derek Chisora and Joseph Parker will settle their unfinished business tonight when they clash in a crunch heavyweight crossroads contest.
The rivals were due to meet back in 2019 but Parker pulled out after being bitten by as spider.
Chisora went on to instead fight Oleksandr Usyk last year but was outpointed as he missed out on a world title shot.
Parker returned to action two months ago when he looked underwhelming in a points win over fellow Kiwi Junior Fa.
The winner tonight will set his sights on a world title shot later this year while it will be back to the drawing board for the loser.
On the undercard, Katie Taylor defends her world titles against Natasha Jones.
Here is everything you need to know about tonight's fights…
How to watch on TV and via live stream
The fights tonight will be shown on Sky Sports Box Office. The programme will start at 6pm and the pay-per-view will cost you £19.95.
Visit the Sky Sports Box Office website to sign up.
What time does the fight start?
The fight will start between 10.30pm and 11pm tonight but is subject to change depending on how long the undercard fights take to complete.
Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas
Dmitry Bivol vs Craig Richards
James Tennyson vs Jovanni Straffon
Chris Eubank Jr vs Marcus Morrison
Campbell Hatton vs Levi Dunn
Johnny Fisher vs
Scott Fitzgerald vs
Derek Chisora 6/4
Joseph Parker 8/15
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“The king is back, long live the king – I’m back. I’m buzzing, to all those fans at home, I’m going to bring smoke and I know my opponent is going to bring something which is going to be on his bike – but it’s going to be okay. He’s going to be cycling back to Australia but it’s all good. I know right now I’m still laughing and joking but when I come tomorrow, you’re going to know what time it is."
“I think this is the perfect fight at the right time. We’re right there, get a good victory and there’s many other great fights out there to be made and to position yourself when the titles are free to fight for. This is a big card, not only the main event but the undercard fights are very exciting, I’m looking forward to Saturday.”
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