Where is it?
Fury will take on Ngannou in a 10-round fight in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
How can I watch it in the UK?
Fury’s fight with Ngannou will be shown live on TNT Sports Box Office in the UK.
TNT Sports has confirmed that the PPV price will be £21.95, which is cheaper than Tommy Fury’s win over KSI.
You can also live stream the action from the TNT Sports Box Office app, which is available for download on your mobile or tablet.
Radio coverage will be on Talksport.
What is the latest news?
Fury has vowed to deliver Ngannou his first knockout blow when they go toe-to-toe in Riyadh. The Briton will contest a 35th career bout, but his WBC title will not be on the line against Ngannou for the 10-round fight tonight.
Trainer SugarHill Steward admitted preparing Fury to take on the Mixed Martial Arts fighter was one of the hardest camps, given they just do not know what to expect from Ngannou.
Fury, though, is confident of what the final outcome will be. “I have been working with SugarHill to knock him out cold on Sunday night. I have no doubt in my mind that I will knock him out,” Fury said.
“He is a big strong guy. Obviously he has got a good punch, powerful – but so am I. I’m a big strong guy obviously powerful or else I would not be world heavyweight champion.
“I believe there is levels to the game – and he is going to find out my level on Saturday night.”
Fury added: “I have trained for a 12-round war, and if it is anything less it is going to be an early night.
“I’ve been hit by the biggest punches that have ever graced the face of the earth and I’m still undefeated, still standing and I am still number one.
“We are going to see what Francis has got inside of him, see if he’s got the guts to stand and trade with the heavyweight champion of the world and if he has got the belief in his power.
“I’m not convinced. I have heard all this talk before about power, so I’m looking forward to a challenge – and if it is not a challenge, I’ll be disappointed, put in that way.
“I am going to knock that big stiff spark out – and there is nothing he can do about it, no matter who he trains with, no matter who he brings on the night. That right hand is going to detonate right in your face, you big ugly dosser.”
During the pre-fight build-up Fury accused Ngannou of being “embarrassed” of his own body. Fury again goaded the 37-year-old as a “big fat sausage” in Thursday’s media conference ahead of the ‘Battle of the Baddest’.
Best of the latest odds
- Tyson Fury: 1/16
- Francis Ngannou: 8/1
- Draw: 33/1
Odds correct as of October 28.
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