The world's top heavyweight is back in action, in a fight that few people are clamouring for. Today Tyson Fury takes on Derek Chisora, risking his WBC heavyweight title.
This is the third time the pair have met. The first time, in 2011 Fury won an easy decision. The second bout, in 2014, was an even more dominating performance by The Gypsy King; who won by retirement.
With both men creeping ever closer to 40 years of age, it's unlikely that either has many more big fights ahead of them. A lot of onlookers will be hoping that Fury gets past this fight without incident, as is expected, and retains his title to set up an undisputed heavyweight clash between he and Olexandr Usyk. We'll see if Chisora is capable of playing spoiler, though.
The event takes place in London, England and starts at 12 p.m. ET. The main event is scheduled for 4 p.m. ET. You can watch the fight on ESPN+ (US), BT Sport Box Office (UK) and TSN.ca (CA).
WBC heavyweight championship: Tyson Fury def. Derek Chisora via TKO, round 10 (2:51).
WBA heavyweight (regular) championship: Daniel Dubois def. Kevin Lerena by TKO, round 3 (3:00).
European lightweight championship: Denys Berinchyk def. Yvan Mendy by unanimous decision (117-112, 116-112, 116-112)
Light heavyweight: Karol Itauma def. Wladimir Belujsky via TKO, round 8 (1:18)
Lightweight: Royston Barney Smith def. Cruz Perez via TKO, round 1 (1:02)
Super featherweight: Isaac Rowe def. Sandeep Singh Bhatti by points.