TYSON FURY and Deontay Wilder battle tomorrow night for the WBC heavyweight title.
But before all of that, the pair go head to head during the weight in tonight. If the press conference was anything to go by, expect fireworks!
What time is the fight and how can I watch it?
As with the big fight across the pond, expect the ring walk at around 4am UK time in the early hours of Sunday, 2 December.
This though, depends on the length of the undercard bouts.
The fight will be shown LIVE on BT Sport Box Office for a price of £19.95.
Customers from Sky, BT and Virgin Media can all book it via their television boxes – while you can also it purchase it via the BT Sport Box Office app on your PC, mobile and tablet.
What time is the weigh in?
Before the big fight, the weigh in takes place tonight.
The weigh in will take place from 8.30pm UK time.
You can live stream it for FREE right here in the video box above.
By Wally Downes Jr, boxing correspondent
Who would have never thought Tyson Fury would be here.
18 months ago he was morbidly obese and on a suicide mission.
Now I reckon he’s on a split decision path from a higher power.
Who is on the undercard?
- Jarrett Hurd vs Jason Welborn (super welterweight)
- Luis Ortiz vs Travis Kauffman (heavyweight)
- Joe Joyce vs Joe Hanks (heavyweight)
- Mark Anthony Barriga vs Carlos Licona (minimumweight)
- Chris Arreola vs Maurenzo Smith (heavyweight)
- Isaac Lowe vs Lucas Rafael Baez (super featherweight)
- Marsellos Wilder vs David Damore (cruiserweight)
- Jesse Rodriguez vs Alex Aragon (super bantamweight)
- Robert Guerrero vs Adam Mate (welterweight)
- Fernando Castaneda vs Alfredo Angulo (super middleweight)
- Julian Williams vs Francisco Javier Castro (middleweight)
What are their boxing records?
Deontay Wilder is a former Olympic bronze medallist, after losing in the semi-finals at the 2008 Beijing Games.
Since making his professional debut in November 2008, the American has fought 40 times with a remarkable 40-0 record.
Incredibly, Wilder has gone the distance just once, needing 12 rounds and a unanimous decision to beat Bermane Stiverne for the WBC title – he later triumphed in the opening three minutes in their rematch.
The Bronze Bomber has fought just once outside of North America, beating Audley Harrison in Sheffield in 2013 – will look to defend his belt for the eighth time.
Tyson Fury, the self-styled Gypsy King, is also unbeaten but has fought just 27 times in his professional career.
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The Brit missed out on a place at the same Olympics as Wilder, after David Price was chosen ahead of him.
But he has made up for it in the paid ranks, knocking out 19 of his opponents, since making his debut in December 2008.
In his 25th fight, Fury claimed the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world title belts after beating Wladimir Klitschko in one of the fights of the century in 2015.
But a two-year hiatus saw the Gypsy King lose the titles and has only fought twice since returning.
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