Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker will headline an enormous night time of boxing in the beginning of the summer time.
Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom are busy getting ready for a stacked undercard in London for a blockbuster present.
The principle occasion will see heavyweight stars Chisora and Parker face off.
These two had been set to conflict in 2019 however Parker was compelled to drag out because of a spider chew.
Now, the New Zealander is match once more and has received his final 4 bouts. Chisora, in the meantime, misplaced to Oleksandr Usyk final October and can wish to hit again.
There might be loads of elite motion on the night time and right here’s the whole lot we find out about it up to now…
Chisora v Parker: Date and find out how to watch
This 12-round heavyweight bout will happen in London on Saturday, Could 1. The venue for the battle has not been confirmed as of but.
The principle occasion ring walks are anticipated from 10:30pm UK time however information on that can observe as effectively.
There might be a stacked card earlier than the headline battle with a bunch of massive names in motion.
As such, will probably be a pay-per-view occasion within the UK with Sky Sports activities Field Workplace displaying the motion. Extra info on it will observe too.
Chisora v Parker: Undercard
There might be loads of high-profile names on the undercard together with Katie Taylor, Chris Eubank Jr and Campbell Hatton, son of boxing legend Ricky.
There can even be the light-heavyweight title conflict between Dmitry Bivol and Craig Richards.
- Dereck Chisora v Joseph Parker
- Dmitry Bivol v Craig Richards – for WBA (Tremendous) light-heavyweight title
- Katie Taylor v Natasha Jonas – for WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring feminine light-weight title
- Chris Eubank Jr v Marcus Morrison
- Campbell Hatton v TBA
Chisora v Parker: What’s been stated?
Promoter Eddie Hearn stated: “I feel it’s the very best card I’ve ever placed on. I do say that just about each week however I’m taking a look at it right here.
“Each battle on the cardboard could possibly be a Saturday night time battle night time headliner.
“And really, we’re going to look to announce 5 fights on Friday. A minimum of two of them are too huge – most likely three of them – are too huge to headline Saturday night time battle nights.
“So it’s a very good card. Actually good card.”