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Derek Chisora vs Oleksandr Usyk Date, TV Coverage, Undercard and Purse Payouts (Confirmed)

Oleksandr Usyk is set to take on Derek Chisora in heavyweight title fight on Saturday, 31st October 2020. This fight was originally suppose to take place back in May 2020 but due to covid-19 pandemic was delayed but now with boxing slowly returning back to main-stream TV Chisora vs Usyk holds significant importance moving forward in heavyweight division.

Usyk vs Chisora has been rescheduled for 31st October 2020 at yet to be announced venue. Sky Box Office will have the fight coverage in the UK.

Derek Chisora vs Oleksandr Usyk TV Coverage Details:

Usyk vs Chisora will be a heavyweight fight which will headline a Sky Box Office PPV event on 31st October 2020 in UK. In the US we can expect the fight to be on DAZN streaming service but not as PPV. Regular subscribers will be able to get the fight live.

FIGHT DATE & VENUESaturday, 31 October 2020. (Venue TBA)
COVERAGE STARTSUndercard coverage begins at around 07:00 pm UK time at Sky Box Office
UNDERCARD FIGHTSMatchroom boxing is the promotion company and they will announce the undercard fights later.
MAIN-EVENTChisora vs Usyk will be the main-event starting at around 23:00 uk time
How To Watch Live Online ?We will have live links closer to the fight starts.

Oleksandr Usyk has dominated the cruiserweight division becoming undisputed champion and now he hope to achieve the similar standings in heavyweight division. A win against Chisora will clear his path to face Anthony Joshua as WBO mandatory.

Derek Chisora vs Oleksandr Usyk Purse Payouts:

Back in May 2020 when these two were suppose to meet, it was expected to be a big turn around at 02 Arena and good PPV sales which would lead to Chisora pocketing as £6,900,000 as the “A” side while Oleksandr Usyk was suppose to take home £2,200,000.

Now however circumstances changed after pandemic, no crowd takes away all the gate receipt revenue but PPV sales might cover up the gate receipt deficit. Chisora is still guaranteed a £4m purse regardless of PPV numbers while Usyk is guaranteed £1.5 million from his nights work.

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