Frank Warren‘s Queensberry Promotions have announced the full undercard for Tyson Fury‘s trilogy fight versus Dereck Chisora on December 3rd.
The fight will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office for a price of £26.95.
Fury looks to make the third defence of his WBC heavyweight title at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium against old rival Chisora.
The pair have already met twice in 2011 and 2014 with Fury winning both, first by unanimous decision before Chisora retired on his stool after the tenth-round three years later.
The chief support sees Britain’s Daniel Dubois (18-1-0, 17KOs) take on South African Kevin Lerena (28-1-0, 14KOs).
George Warren announced at the weekend that Dubois is now the official mandatory challenger for Oleksandr Usyk‘s WBA heavyweight title.
Lerena meanwhile previously campaigned at cruiserweight and holds win over the likes of Mariusz Wach and Bogdan Dinu since making the move up in 2020.
A familiar face returns to British shores as Yvan Mendy (47-5-1, 22KOs) seeks the first defence of his European lightweight title against Ukraine’s undefeated Denys Berinchyk (16-0-0, 9KOs).
Mendy upset the applecart in 2015 to hand Britain’s Luke Campbell his first professional defeat via split-decision at the O2 Arena.
Campbell regrouped and comfortably outpointed the Frenchman three years later over twelve.
Mendy is undefeated in seven contests since however and picked up the vacant European crown last time out with a twelve-round decision against Gianluca Ceglia.
Berinchyk, who has fought out of his native Ukraine in all sixteen of his professional contests so far, steps up for his first major title shot as a pro.
Further down the card, light-heavyweight prospect Karol Itauma (8-0-0, 6KOs) is set to take on Slovakia’s Vladimir Belujsky (12-5-1, 8KOs) over eight rounds.
Fury’s training partner and close friend Isaac Lowe (21-2-3, 6KOs) also returns for the first time since his sixth-round stoppage defeat to Nick Ball in April.
Sandeep Singh Bhatti (8-4-0, 1KO) will be in the opposite corner next month as Lowe looks to return to winning ways after two consecutive defeats.
The contest is set for six rounds at super-featherweight.
Lightweight prospect Royston Barney-Smith (3-0-0, 1KO) will appear for the fourth time as a pro in a four-round contest against Nicaragua’s Cruz Perez (3-3-0, 1KO) over four rounds.
Hosea Burton (27-3-0, 12KOs) is set to return, this time at cruiserweight.
Burton last appeared in a seventh-round stoppage defeat to Dan Azeez for the vacant British light-heavyweight title in November 2021.
An opponent is yet to be confirmed at the time of writing.