DAVID PRICE will be looking to put himself back in world title contention should he produce a shock win against Derek Chisora at the 02 Arena on Saturday night.
The 36-year-old – who stepped in for Joseph Parker after the New Zealand heavyweight pulled out through a spider bite – is coming off the back of a career-best performance.
Price beat Dave Allen in his last bout in July, with the Doncaster man retiring before the 11th round after being dominated by the Liverpudlian.
But Chisora is also in good form – winning his last two contests after being brutally knocked out by Dillian Whyte in December.
He outpointed Senad Gashi In April, before blasting away former WBC challenger Artur Szpilka inside two rounds in what is one of the most devastating KOs this year.
The winner could be in line for a shot at former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, with the Ukrainian announcing his arrival to the heavyweight division with a stoppage win against Chazz Witherspoon earlier this month.
Here SunSport gives you the rundown on all the key information for Chisora’s all-British dust-up against Price in what is the chief support for the World Boxing Super Series final between Josh Taylor and Regis Prograis.
When is the Chisora vs Price fight?
The two men face each other on Saturday, October 26 at the 02 Arena in London.
It is likely that the ringwalks will take place at around 9pm.
Though depending on results from earlier on in the bill, the ringwalk time could be later.
What TV channel is Chisora Price on and can I stream it?
The fight will be available to watch on Sky Sports Box Office.
UK customers wishing to view the contest will have to fork out £19.95.
If you aren’t a Sky subscriber, grab a NOW TV day pass from £9.99 to watch on your mobile, tablet, PC, TV box or games console.
Alternatively, keep up-to-date on all the action with the SunSport LIVE blog.
Who is fighting on the undercard?
- Regis Prograis vs Josh Taylor (super-lightweight)
- Derek Chisora vs David Price (heavyweight)
- Yves Ngabu vs Lawrence Okolie (cruiserweight)
- Ricky Burns vs Lee Selby (lightweight)
- Conor Benn vs Steve Jamoye (welterweight)
- Shannon Courtenay vs Melinda Habran (bantamweight)
- Austin Williams vs Miroslav Juna (middleweight)
- Abass Baraou vs John O’Donnell (super-welterweight)
- Denis Dadovan vs Luke Blackledge (super-middleweight)