Derek Chisora fight time and ring walks for Joseph Parker bout

Derek Chisora is drinking in the heavyweight last chance saloon tonight as he takes on former world champion Joseph Parker.

Chisora was outpointed by Oleksandr Usyk last year as he lost his chance to set up another world title fight.

Parker, who lost his world title to Anthony Joshua in Cardiff, looked underwhelming on his return against fellow Kiwi Junior Fa in February.

Tonight's winner will have legitimate hopes of another crack at the top level while the loser will be left licking their wounds.

On the undercard, Katie Taylor defends her world titles against Natasha Jonas in a repeat of their London 2012 clash.

Here is everything you need to know about tonight's fights…

What time does the fight start?

The fight will start between 10.30pm and 11pm tonight but is subject to change depending on how long the undercard fights take to complete.

How to watch on TV and via live stream

The fights tonight will be shown on Sky Sports Box Office. The programme will start at 6pm and the pay-per-view will cost you £19.95.

Visit the Sky Sports Box Office website to sign up.

Undercard

Katie Taylor vs Natasha Jonas

Dmitry Bivol vs Craig Richards

James Tennyson vs Jovanni Straffon

Chris Eubank Jr vs Marcus Morrison

Campbell Hatton vs Levi Dunn

Johnny Fisher vs

Scott Fitzgerald vs

Odds

Derek Chisora 6/4

Joseph Parker 8/15

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Quotes corner

Derek Chisora

“I want to do what I do best, come forward, fight, chuck hell and do what I do every day. Roll the dice and rock and roll – go at it. I’ll come out of the gates and just go.

“It’s going to be a great night; good things are happening. It’s a big card, but we don’t have that little edge on with the fans, it’s depressing but what can we say."

Joseph Parker

“I’m very prepared for this fight, I’ve had a great training camp with Andy in Ireland, then we moved over to Morecambe and got some great sparring under our belt, great pad work, bag, everything," said Parker. "I feel like with this fight, physically and mentally, I’m in a great place – probably the best I’ve been in a while."

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