Derek Chisora vs. Joseph Parker – Pay Per View running order
The running order for Derek Chisora vs. Joseph Parker alongside weights from Friday’s scaling. The fight is live on Sky Sports Box Office on Saturday.
CHISORA VS. PARKER WEIGHTS AND RUNNING ORDER
17:00 LIVE ON MATCHROOM BOXING YOUTUBE
8 x 3 mins International Super-Middleweight contest
SCOTT FITZGERALD 12st 1lbs 4oz v GREGORY TRENEL 11st 12lbs 2oz
(Preston, England) (Dainville, France)
18:00 LIVE ON SKY SPORTS BOX OFFICE/DAZN
12 x 3 mins vacant IBO Lightweight World Title
JAMES TENNYSON 9st 8lbs 7oz v JOVANNI STRAFFON 9st 7lbs 2oz
(Belfast, Northern Ireland) (Mexico City, Mexico)
4 x 3 mins Heavyweight contest
JOHNNY FISHER 17st 7lbs 4oz v PHIL WILLIAMS 19st 2lbs 7oz
(Romford, England) (Swindon, England)
12 x 3 mins WBA Light-Heavyweight World Title
DMITRY BIVOL 12st 6lbs 2oz v CRAIG RICHARDS 12st 6lbs 6oz
(Saint Petersburg, Russia) (Crystal Palace, England)
10 x 3 mins Middleweight contest
CHRIS EUBANK JR 11th 7lbs 9oz v MARCUS MORRISON 11st 7lbs 8oz
(Brighton, England) (Hattersley, England)
4 x 3 mins Lightweight contest
CAMPBELL HATTON 9st 9lbs 9oz v LEVI DUNN 9st 8lbs 5oz
(Manchester, England) (Prestwich, England)
10 x 2 mins Undisputed Lightweight World Titles
KATIE TAYLOR 9st 8lbs 8oz v NATASHA JONAS 9st 8lbs 7oz
(Bray, Ireland) (Liverpool, England)
12 x 3 mins vacant WBO Intercontinental Heavyweight Title
DEREK CHISORA 17st 12lbs 8oz v JOSEPH PARKER 17st 3lbs 2oz
(Finchley, England) (Auckland, New Zealand)
“This is one of the strongest shows we’ve promoted,” said promoter Eddie Hearn. “Chisora vs. Parker is a brilliant style matchup that has been brewing for years, and Taylor vs. Jonas is one of the biggest fights in women’s boxing.
“The Eubank’s are always box office, and it’s a massive chance for Marcus Morrison after his brilliant win in Italy.
“Craig Richards goes for World Title glory against the brilliant Russian Dmitry Bivol, and there are further announcements to follow. Buckle up and enjoy this one!”
“WAR Chisora realizes this is a massive opportunity to gate-crash the Heavyweight division,” said David Haye of Hayemaker Promotions. “He has come close, in his last battle against unified Cruiserweight World Champion and No.1 ranked Heavyweight Usyk, two of the judges’ scorecards had it 7 rounds to 5 – winning just one more round would have captured a draw.
“Derek would have retained his WBO International Title that night.
“Since, he has been working, living the life of a professional. Derek doesn’t simply want to beat Joseph Parker. He wants to make a statement to the world. This is his time.”
“There’s definitely unfinished business between Parker and Chisora,” said David Higgins, Founder, and Director of DUCO Events. “I think the fight will be a real fan pleaser. It could be the Heavyweight Fight of the Year.
“You’ve got Chisora who likes to stand and trade and come forward, and then you’ve got Parker who has the speed and the pedigree.
“This fight has got a bit of history, and it has been building for a while. It’s fantastic that it’s finally happening.”