27 October 2019 04:32

Regis Prograis Boxing Josh Taylor

DAVID PRICE will be looking to put himself back in world title contention should he produce a shock win against Derek Chisora at the 02 Arena on Saturday night. The 36-year-old - who stepped in for Joseph Parker after the New Zealand heavyweight pulled out through a spider bite - is coming off the back of a career-best performance. 2 Derek Chisora faces David Price in an all-British dust-up on Saturday night Price beat Dave Allen in his last bout in July, with the Doncaster man retiring before the 11th round after being dominated by the Liverpudlian. But Chisora is also in good form - winning his last two contests after being brutally knocked out by Dillian Whyte in December. The winner could be in line for a shot at former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, with the Ukrainian announcing his arrival to the heavyweight division with a stoppage win against Chazz Witherspoon earlier this month.

Here SunSport gives you the rundown on all the key information for Chisora's all-British dust-up against Price in what is the chief support for the World Boxing Super Series final between Josh Taylor and Regis Prograis. When is the Chisora vs Price fight? Though depending on results from earlier on in the bill, the ringwalk time could be later. 2 Price beat Dave Allen last time out to show he's still capable of pulling out top performances Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd What TV channel is Chisora Price on and can I stream it? The fight will be available to watch on Sky Sports Box Office.

If you aren't a Sky subscriber, grab a NOW TV day pass from £9.99 to watch on your mobile, tablet, PC, TV box or games console. Regis Prograis vs Josh Taylor (super-lightweight) Derek Chisora vs David Price (heavyweight) Chisora: "I am going to murder this guy I swear down. LATEST BOXING NEWS Live Blog fighting talk Boxing news LIVE - Latest updates ahead of huge fight nights Live Blog FIGHT NIGHT - Live Taylor vs Prograis under way after Chisora stops Price at O2 TAYLOR MADE Josh Taylor outlasts Prograis to win Muhammad Ali trophy in epic title scrap PAY THE PRICE Price faces retirement as corner throw in towel to end Chisora battering BATTLE OF BRITAIN Selby aims to become two-weight world champ after beating Burns on points A-OK Okolie snatches European cruiserweight title from Ngabu with cracking right hand Price: "I know Derek needs this to get himself up for this fight. Big opportunities await the winner of this fight, possibly a future meeting with the mercurial Oleksandr Usyk as Dereck Chisora and David Price clash at the O2 Arena. On the undercard of the Regis Prograis vs Josh Taylor fight, which serves as the night's main event, Price will be looking to back up his dominant display against Dave Allen. But he faces a fighter with renewed confidence in Chisora, back in form with two wins since being knocked out by Dillian Whyte last December, with the handicap of taking this fight on three weeks notice to replace Joseph Parker after the New Zealander fell ill. With both fighters in the mix in a crowded heavyweight field jostling for big fight opportunities, both boxers will be looking to stake their claim and make a statement. October top 10 pound-for-pound boxers in the world Show all 11 left Created with Sketch. Getty Images 1/11 Who is the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world? Juan Francisco Estrada (39-3-0) The two-weight world champion grabbed the lineal super flyweight title against Sor Rungvisai to snatch his pound-for-pound status and the WBC gold. Mikey Garcia (39-1-0) Despite coming up short against Errol Spence in their welterweight bout, Garcia is still a modern great as a four-weight world champion. The boxing legend is now a two-time world champion. Manny Pacquiao (62-7-2) The Filipino looked sensational to outpoint Keith Thurman, flooring the American and rolling back the years at 40 years old to confirm himself as the No 3 welterweight in the world at worst. Considering the illustrious names on his resume, a place inside the top 10 pound-for-pound list and a world class win this year confirms his place here. Errol Spence (26-0-0) Spence beat Shawn Porter to unify the welterweight division as he goes in search of more belts. Oleksandr Usyk (17-0-0) The undisputed, undefeated, unified cruiserweight world champion has successfully moved up in weight, beating Chazz Witherspoon on his heavyweight debut. Naoya Inoue (18-0-0) The man nicknamed the 'monster' destroyed Emmanuel Rodriguez in two rounds to win the IBF world bantamweight title, elevating his status as one of the world's most dangerous fighters. Terence Crawford (35-0-0) Another three-weight world champion, Crawford enters our top three and reaffirmed his place as one of the sport's greats after a knockout win against Amir Khan. Canelo Alvarez (52-1-2) One loss and a whole heap of controversy but Canelo's record is one to be celebrated, a three-weight world champion and still just 28. Just 15 fights into his career and despite one career defeat, the current unified lightweight world champion sets records for days. The fight can be purchased via Sky Sports Box Office for £19.95, and live streamed for the same price on your phone, tablet or computer. Dereck Chisora vs David Price takes place on October 26 at the O2 Arena in London. What time does the fight start? Though an exact start time depends on how long the fights lower on the bill last, it is likely that ringwalks will begin at about 9pm BST. Dereck Chisora 1/3 David Price 11/4 David Price is the underdog, but at his best he might be the better boxer, keeping the fight at range. But Price has struggled to produce his best on a consistent basis, and Chisora is a different calibre of fighter to Allen, therefore we are predicting a Dereck Chisora victory, penetrating Price's guard a little too often and possibly forcing the stoppage.