Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew: Where To Watch, How To Live Stream, What Time Does It Start, What Are The Odds
The Liverpudlian puncher Tony Bellew takes the latest step on his remarkable journey to date when he faces the Cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk in a unification fight at the Manchester Arena on November 10.
His Ukrainian opponent holds the WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO straps and all of those could be Bellew's should he manage to cause an upset against the highly-rated Ukrainian.
The Englishman, who is dropping back down to Cruiserweight having defeated David Haye at Heavyweight in his previous fight, has insisted that this will be the last time he steps in the ring.
“If I don't stop now, my wife will divorce me after four or five months and that's not the plan," he said.
Find all you need to set you up for the big fight below.
Where Can I Watch?
The bout will be available to watch on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
How Much Will It Cost?
The full package, including the undercard and analysis, will cost £19.95 for UK customers and €24.95 for those watching in Republic of Ireland.
Can I Live Stream it?
Sky Sports Box Office customers will be able to view the fight on the go, with it being available to stream online for those that buy it through their platform.
What Time Does It Start?
The broadcast will get underway at 6pm GMT and the main event will be the last fight on the night.
What Are The Odds?
The bookies make the undefeated Usyk (15-0) a strong favourite at around the 1/5 mark, with Bellew a 4/1 outside and the draw available at 33/1.