Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora will head to the boxing ring earlier than usual on Saturday night.
The Gypsy King will defend his WBC heavyweight world title against his fellow Brit, live and free on talkSPORT from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.
Due to the fact this is a stadium fight, there is a curfew by which the show must be finished.
As a result of this, Fury vs Chisora ring walks are planned for 9:15pm.
The fight itself – the third meeting between the pair – will start at around 9:35pm.
This is going to be roughly an hour earlier than the standard UK start time between 10:30pm and 11:00pm.
On the undercard, Daniel Dubois will face Kevin Lerena. That fight is scheduled to start around 8:15pm.
Fury has experienced a fair amount of disapproval over the match-up with Chisora, which has been priced at £26.95 on BT Sport PPV.
Asked about the criticism he’s faced, Fury told the MMA Hour: “I think they can go suck a d***.
“Yeah, I think all those people who criticise, they can suck a big fat d***.
“How many times have they fought for a world title? How many times have they even been punched in the face?
“That’s my question to them.
“Anyone who can criticise a professional athlete for doing their job, like I say, can go and suck a big fat d***.”
Chisora has lost 12 times in 45 fights, including three of his last four, and was beaten by Fury in their previous two fights.
But he promised a barnstormer right from the off.
“It is going to be the best first round in the heavyweight game ever, you’re going to love the whole show.”
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