This weekend marks the return of one of boxing’s most colourful characters – with Tyson Fury stepping back into the ring.
But, what are the odds? When is it? Where is the fight taking place? How can I watch it on TV?
Luckily, Oddschecker took a look at the highly anticipated comeback of one of boxing’s biggest names.
What are the odds?
No surprises here that bookmakers have made Fury an enormous favourite for the clash, pricing him at 1/100 to cruise to victory against Sefer Seferi.
In layman’s terms, that means you’d have to stake £100 in order to win just £1 profit.
If you fancy an upset of gargantuan proportions, Seferi is available at 28/1 to topple Tyson in an underdog story for the ages.
Fury is 1/9 to win via KO, TKO or disqualification, and is 5/1 to win by decision. Alternatively, Seferi is 33/1 to win via KO, TKO or DQ and 100/1 to win via decision.
When and where is it?
The scrap will take place this Saturday (July 9) at the Manchester Echo arena, in Fury’s first professional bout since he defeated Wladimir Klitschko back in 2015.
What TV channel is it on?
Although not on pay-per-view TV, the fight will be shown on BT Sports free of charge if you have a subscription to the broadcaster.
Who is Sefer Seferi?
In his comeback, Fury has been handed perennial Cruiserweight contender Seferi, a hard-nosed Albanian who boasts a degree of knockout power.
As the 28/1 odds suggest, there’s every chance Fury dismantles the Albanian, who has suffered a total of eight fights throughout his 47-fight career.
What fights are on the undercard?
Terry Flanagan vs Maurice Hooker (vacant WBO super-lightweight world title)
Mark Heffron vs Andrew Robinson (12-round middleweight contest)
James Metcalf vs Aitor Nieto (12-round super-welterweight contest)
Nathan Gorman vs Sean Turner (10-round heavyweight contest)
Troy Williamson vs Jack Flatley (eight-round middleweight contest)
Jack Massey vs Ian Tims (eight-round cruiserweight contest)
Sam Maxwell vs Kane Baker (six-round super-lightweight contest)
Lyndon Arthur vs Charles Adamu (six-round light-heavyweight contest)
Jordan Thompson vs TBA (six-round cruiserweight contest)
Jack McGann vs Dwain Grant (six-round super-welterweight contest)
Alex Dickinson vs David Howe (four-round heavyweight contest)
Zac Burton vs Dominik Landgraf (four-round light-heavyweight contest)