Fury and Ngannou face offSep 8
Tyson Fury tasted the atmosphere for the first time ahead of his eagerly-anticipated heavyweight world title showdown against Dillian Whyte this weekend at today's open workouts in north London.
Taking place just metres down the road from Saturday night's venue, Wembley Stadium, the two fighters wereplanned to be put through their paces in front of a decent crowd at Wembley Boxpark as they fine-tune preparations for one of the biggest British heavyweight events of all time.
Around 94,000 fans are expected to be in attendance at the national stadium on Saturday night as Fury returns home for the first time in more than four years to defend his coveted WBC heavyweight crown.
But if you weren't one of the lucky ones who scored a ticket to the hottest event in British boxing this year, fear not as we'll have you covered with every second of the action exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office HD.
Check out our comprehensive viewing guide for all the up to date info on how to order this unmissable event or read through our article explaining the anticipated timings this weekend to find out when ring walks are planned at Wembley Stadium.
Whyte has been patiently waiting for his long-overdue shot at heavyweight world title honours since being installed as the WBC's number one contender back in 2018.
And 'The Body Snatcher' believes he will be rewarded for his persistance when he makes the long walk to the squared circle looking to inflict the first defeat of Fury's career.
“I’m under no illusions [that this is a hard fight]," he told BT Sport's Steve Bunce in an exclusive interview over the weekend.
“But we have been working. We have been working. I’m feeling good, I’m feeling happy. I just want violence now to be honest. I just want the violence to begin.
“I’m calm, I’m cool but inside is just raging violence. It’s going off in my head.”
Check out the full interview here as Whyte ended his self-imposed media exile to welcome Bunce into his Portugual training camp last week.
BT Sport's No Filter boxing crew will be on hand throughout fight week at Wembley Stadium to bring you more of our brilliant behind-the-scenes coverage of Fury vs Whyte.
On Wednesday, we're expecting fireworks as the two men come face-to-face for the first time since the fight was announced as the press conference gets underway.
The following day, the undercard fighters will take the spotlight as the undercard press conference takes place at Wembley Stadium too, giving the likes of Tommy Fury, Isaac Lowe and David Adeleye the chance to rock the mic before the big night.
And then on Friday, we'll bring you another free live stream of the weigh-ins as Fury and Whyte hit the scales before facing off for the final time before trading leather on Saturday evening.
So for all your Fury vs Whyte build up, stay tuned across the BT Sport network this week and let us do the rest!