Ukrainian pound-for-pound star Oleksandr Usyk and Derek Chisora go face to face in a highly-anticipated heavyweight clash this Saturday, with plenty on the line for both boxers.
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The former is fighting in just his second heavyweight contest, having knocked out Chazz Witherspoon in seven rounds on his debut.
The Ukrainian had previously dominated the cruiserweight division.
The bout was originally scheduled for May 23, but like other major sporting events was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Wembley Arena plays host to the crucial clash.
The fight will be live on Sky Sports Box Office on Saturday evening, with coverage beginning at 6pm UK time. The ring walk can be expected at around 10pm.
Repeats are at 11pm on Sunday November 1st, and 9am on Monday November 2nd.
Chisora has nine losses from his 41 fights, compared to Usyk’s zero defeats.
But the Britain has been sent to the canvas just twice in his career. Those blows came against Dillian Whyte and David Haye, who is now Chisora’s manager.
The 36-year-old boasts 32 wins and 23 knock-outs.
His opponent meanwhile has 17 wins from his 17 fights, including 13 KOs.
The 36-year-old outclasses Chisora in both height and reach. His 6ft3in frame and 78 inch reach trump the Britain’s 6ft2in and 74 inch frame and reach respectively.
The Britain has been given odds of 11/2 to come out on top.
But his opponent is currently favourite at 1/7.
A stalemate can be backed at 33/1.
Usyk by KO, TKO or Disqualification is currently 11/10, with Chisora currently 6/1 to win by the same method.
And it’s currently 6/4 for the Ukrainian by Decision or Technical Decision, with his opponent available at 22/1.
Over 9.5 rounds can be backed at 4/5, with over 10.5 available at 10/11.
A victory for ‘The Cat’ would see the Ukrainian land a bout with current heavyweight Anthony Joshua, provided Joshua holds onto his belts when he meets Kubrat Pulev in December.
Meanwhile if ‘Del Boy’ is victorious, he will earn a third meeting with WBC Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.