Tyson Fury will defend his WBC and lineal heavyweight titles in a fascinating trilogy showdown against familiar foe Derek Chisora at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in north London on December 3.

Today, the heavyweight rivals will trade barbs for the first time at the venue in which they will fight less than two months from now – and you can watch all the action unfold live on the stream embedded above from 12.30pm this afternoon.


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The ‘Gypsy King’ knows he must keep his undefeated record intact in a must-win clash against domestic rival Chisora if he is to keep his dream alive of facing Oleksandr Usyk next year.

Usyk, the WBA, IBF and WBO champion, has already expressed a willingness to face Fury in early 2023 in what would be one of the biggest fights in world boxing for the undisputed heavyweight championship.

Meanwhile Chisora will be more motivated than ever to spring a shock in north London this winter in what will likely be his final crack at a world title after a storied career spanning more than 15 years at the highest level.

Down 2-0 in the trilogy so far, it’s also a chance for Chisora to earn his redemption against Fury and peg the 6ft 9ins Manchester man back with a victory of his own.

In between his first two Fury fights, Chisora challenged for the WBC title and gave a good account of himself against Vitali Klitschko in Munich before entering into a grudge match at West Ham United’s Upton Park against another British rival in David Haye.

Tyson Fury with all his world titles

He rebuilt from those setbacks by winning the WBO International, European and WBA International titles in a five-fight winning streak, setting up a return fight with Fury that took place at London’s ExCel Arena in November 2014.

Recently, Chisora has been involved in two close encounters with Dillian Whyte and one with Usyk, while defeating Carlos Takam, Artur Szpilka and David Price. Last year, he lost a pair of tight affairs with Joseph Parker.

However, the game contender rediscovered his form with victory over former world title challenger Kubrat Pulev in July, proving there’s plenty of life left in the old dog yet.

With so much on the line in north London and tensions are likely to be running high when two goliaths of the British heavyweight scene come face-to-face for the first time today.

Both men have a history of making headlines during their press conferences for a variety of reasons, from Fury’s Batman costume to Chisora’s infamous table-throwing incident, so you don’t want to miss whatever happens this afternoon.

Tune in from 12.30pm on the live stream above to make sure you catch all the action.