Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker date: UK start time, how to watch and undercard
Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker will headline a huge night of boxing at the start of the summer.
Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom are busy preparing for a stacked undercard in London for a blockbuster show.
The main event will see heavyweight stars Chisora and Parker face off.
These two were set to clash in 2019 but Parker was forced to pull out due to a spider bite.
Now, the New Zealander is fit again and has won his last four bouts. Chisora, meanwhile, lost to Oleksandr Usyk last October and will want to hit back.
There will be plenty of elite action on the night and here’s everything we know about it so far…
Chisora v Parker: Date and how to watch
This 12-round heavyweight bout will take place in London on Saturday, May 1. The venue for the fight has not been confirmed as of yet.
The main event ring walks are expected from 10:30pm UK time but news on that will follow as well.
There will be a stacked card before the headline fight with a host of big names in action.
As such, it will be a pay-per-view event in the UK with Sky Sports Box Office showing the action. More information on this will follow too.
Chisora v Parker: Undercard
There will be plenty of high-profile names on the undercard including Katie Taylor, Chris Eubank Jr and Campbell Hatton, son of boxing legend Ricky.
There will also be the light-heavyweight title clash between Dmitry Bivol and Craig Richards.
- Dereck Chisora v Joseph Parker
- Dmitry Bivol v Craig Richards – for WBA (Super) light-heavyweight title
- Katie Taylor v Natasha Jonas – for WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring female lightweight title
- Chris Eubank Jr v Marcus Morrison
- Campbell Hatton v TBA
Chisora v Parker: What’s been said?
Promoter Eddie Hearn said: “I think it’s the best card I’ve ever put on. I do say that nearly every week but I’m looking at it here.
“Every fight on the card could be a Saturday night fight night headliner.
“And actually, we’re going to look to announce five fights on Friday. At least two of them are too big – probably three of them – are too big to headline Saturday night fight nights.
“So it’s a really good card. Really good card.”