Highlights - Tyson Fury vs Derek ChisoraDec 7
Fury vs Chisora 3: All live stream information and how to watch the fight on BT Sport Box Office
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Two British boxing legends went head to head at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on a gruelling night of action.
There was an added layer of intrigue around the fight with the presence of unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, who was at ringside on Saturday night amid ongoing talks with Team Fury to agree a historic undisputed showdown between the two men in early 2023.
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The winner of Usyk vs Fury would be crowned the first ever undisputed heavyweight champion of the four-belt era.
Chisora remains a tricky opponent for any heavyweight in the world at his best and even gave Usyk himself a torrid time during their clash in Manchester two years ago.
The 38-year-old, running out of time to win a world title, was looking to secure the WBC belt more than 10 years after his previous attempt.
They were supported by a stellar undercard featuring rising star Daniel Dubois' homecoming in his first appearance since winning the WBA regular heavyweight world title in explosive fashion against Trevor Bryan in the summer.
Dubois faced South African banger Kevin Lerena in his first defence of that world title, looking to produce a similarly destructive finish to bolster his credentials as one of the most dangerous men in the division.
A host of other up-and-comers were also given the chance to shine on one of the biggest stages in boxing with the likes of Karol Itauma and Royston Barney-Smith also in action at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
It proved to be an entertaining evening of action in north London so read on to find out all the ways you can watch Fury vs Chisora on BT Sport Box Office.
What time are ring walks for the main event?
Fury vs Chisora ring walks began at 9pm.
How to watch Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora
How much does the fight cost in the UK?
The price for the fight will be £26.95.
What is the price for viewers in the ROI?
The price for Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora in the Republic of Ireland will be €29.99 increasing to €34.99 if purchased on the day.
BT TV customers can use their remote control to buy Fury vs Chisora.
Simply press the ‘BT Player’ button then ‘Buy Now’ on the event, which will be shown on channel 494.
Yes, Sky customers can purchase BT Sport Box Office on channel 490 via their remote control or via www.sky.com/boxoffice/btsport.
Anyone who wants to stream the fight can simply visit bt.com/sportboxoffice to purchase the event and then watch either on the website link provided or via the BT Sport Box Office app.
EE, Three and O2 customers watching online or via the app can choose to add the payment to their mobile bill.
The event is also fully compatible with Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay.
Yes. Virgin TV customers will be able to press ‘On Demand’ and then ‘Live Events’ on their remote control to order Fury vs Chisora.
Yes. Customers in the Republic of Ireland will be able to purchase BT Sport Box Office via Sky at sky.com/boxoffice/btsport.
Don’t worry. If you missed Fury vs Chisora, repeats will begin at 9am on Sunday 4 December on BT Sport Box Office HD.
Who is on the Fury vs Chisora undercard?
Daniel Dubois (c) vs Kevin Lerena - WBA regular heavyweight world title
Yvan Mendy (c) vs Denys Berinchyk - EBU light heavyweight title
Karol Itauma vs Vladimir Belujsky - Light heavyweight
Hosea Burton vs Reinis Porozovs - Cruiserweight
Isaac Lowe vs Sandeep Singh Bhatti - Super featherweight
Royston Barney-Smith vs Cruz Perez - Lightweight