The big boys take over London town this Saturday night as Tyson Fury headlines a cracking night of boxing in defence of his WBC heavyweight world title when he faces former foe Derek Chisora, exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office.

They'll be supported by a brilliant undercard that features Daniel Dubois' first defence of the WBA regular world heavyweight title that he won during a demolition job on Trevor Bryan in the summer.

Fury will be operating under the watchful eye of an important guest on Saturday night with the WBA, IBF and WBO champion Oleksandr Usyk expected to be ringside to cast his eye over the Gypsy King from close range.

Fury vs Chisora

Plus Daniel Dubois defends his WBA world title on an unmissable night of big time boxing in north London. Book your seat now for Fury vs Chisora, exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office HD from 7pm.

Talks between Fury and Usyk's respective camps have continued to rumble on over the past few weeks as they look towards a potential clash for the undisputed heavyweight championship in 2023 - but all that hard work will be made redundant if Fury cannot overcome the challenge of the veteran warrior Chisora.

'Del Boy' has cut a relaxed figure this week, refusing to engage in any of the verbal and physical tomfoolery that we have seen from him in times gone by.

However, the 38-year-old has promised to produce fireworks once he enters the ring having been given a second - and likely final - chance to secure a world title, more than 10 years after his first attempt.

Fight fans should also be treated to decent spectacle in the chief support as rising heavyweight star Daniel Dubois makes the first defence of his WBA regular world title against a hungry challenger in the former of Kevin Lerena.

The South African visitor is pumped up ahead of the biggest night of his career so Dubois will need to pull out the stops to ensure he remains top of the pecking order with one eye on becoming the mandatory challenger to the full WBA belt holder in 2023.

Once again, BT Sport Box Office is the place to be for exclusive coverage of Fury vs Chisora on December 3. If you’re not yet up to speed, check out our comprehensive viewing guide to find out exactly how to purchase and watch the fight by clicking here.

As well as our unmissable coverage on fight night, BT Sport's brilliant No Filter crew will be immersed in every moment of the action on fight night to bring you more of our unrivalled insight behind the scenes.

But before the fight gets underway, let us bring you up to speed with all the key information ahead of Fury vs Chisora. Read on to find out more.

What time is Fury vs Chisora in the UK?

Live coverage of Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora begins at around 7pm on Saturday 3 December on BT Sport Box Office.

Ring walks for the main event will be a little earlier than many fight fans are used to, beginning at around 9pm. The fight itself will get underway no later than 9.30pm.

When is Fury vs Chisora?

Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora will take place on Saturday 3 December.

Where is Fury vs Chisora taking place?

The fight is set to go down at the Tottenham Hotspur in north London - the home of Tottenham Hotspur football team.

The state-of-the-art arena is also frequently used by the NFL during their annual visits to the British capital and has also hosted the likes of Lady Gaga and Guns 'n' Roses.

What is on the line?

Tyson Fury will make the third defence of his WBC heavyweight belt having first snatched the coveted green-and-gold strap from Deontay Wilder's custody during one of the greatest heavyweight trilogies of all time.

Derek Chisora will be hoping he can be the man to inflict the first defeat of Fury's career and avenge his two previous losses to the Gypsy King at the third time of asking.