Dereck Chisora vs David Price: LIVE stream, UK start time, undercard, fight prediction and betting odds

Tony Mogan
Evening Standard
Chisora back in action this month: Getty Images
Chisora back in action this month: Getty Images

Dereck Chisora and David Price collide in an all-British heavyweight clash in London this month.

Despite protests from ‘Del Boy’, his return to the ring is set to serve as the chief support act to the IBF and WBA super-lightweight unification bout between Josh Taylor vs Regais Prograis.

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Chisora was originally scheduled to meet former WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker – but the New Zealander was forced to withdraw due to illness, likely brought on by a spider bite, according to his manager David Higgins.

Price steps in however, reinvigorated after a superb performance and victory over Dave Allen in July.

Both men hope to force their way into the world title conversation, one which Chisora fell out of following a second defeat to Dillian Whyte in December last year.

Date, UK start time and venue

Chisora vs Price takes place at the O2 Arena in London on 26 October.

Ringwalks are expected at around 9pm.

TV channel and live stream

Chisora vs Price is part of the Taylor vs Prograis card live on Sky Sports Box Office.

UK customers can purchase the fight for £19.95 (€24.95 for those in the Republic of Ireland) up until midnight on Friday July 19.

Those prices still apply to self-service bookings (remote control and online) made after that time, but telephone bookings are set at £24.95 (€29.95 ROI). Sky note that "an additional £2 booking fee if via an agent still applies".

Undercard coverage begins at 6pm BST.

Betting tips via Betfair Exchange | UK users only | Subject to change

  • Chisora to win: 30/100

  • Price to win: 13/5

  • Draw: 31/1


Somehow, we don't see this one going the distance.

Chisora demonstrated he still has that ferocious power in him with that devastating second round knockout of Artur Szpilka in July.

While Price turned in an extremely polished performance against Allen, one of the best of his career, 'Del Boy' will still be considered the favourite.

Chisora to win via TKO in mid-to-late rounds.

Rest of the card

  • Josh Taylor vs Regis Prograis

  • Ynes Ngabu vs Lawrence Okolie

  • Ricky Burns vs Lee Selby

  • Conor Benn vs TBC

  • Zach Parker vs TBC

  • Abass Baraou vs John O’Donnell

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