BT Sport will broadcast the return fight of Tyson Fury this evening as the Gypsy King takes on Sefer Seferi.
This is the first of at least four Fury fights to be shown exclusively live on BT Sport in the coming months as he returns to the pinnacle of the sport.
Seferi, who turned pro in 1999, has 39 wins, 22 by KO and 8 losses. Fury, who is 12 years younger than the Swiss, sports a boxing record of 25 wins, 18 by KO and no losses.
The action will air live on BT Sport 1 HD and in 4K UHD from 7.00pm
The main event is scheduled for after 10pm, while the undercard sees: Terry Flanagan v Maurice Hooker (vacant WBO super-lightweight world title); Mark Heffron v Andrew Robinson (vacant WBC international middleweight world title); James Metcalf v Jorge Fortea (vacant WBC international super welterweight world title); Nathan Gorman v Sean Turner (10-round heavyweight contest); and Troy Williamson v Jack Flatley (eight-round middleweight contest)
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