Chief Support : Derek Chisora fights Joseph Parker at the O2 in London on Saturday 26th October 2019.
Undercard : Three weight World Champion Ricky Burns boxes Lee Selby.
Lawrence Okolie faces European Champion Yves Ngabu. All available to watch on TV Channel Stream on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the U.S.
WBSS Super-Lightweight Ali Trophy Boxing Final between undefeated fighters Regis Prograis (USA) and Scotland’s Josh Taylor.
The final which takes place at the O2, London will be for the WBA, IBF & WBC Titles.
Before the main event a mouth-watering night of action includes ‘War’ Derek Chisora taking on former WBO Heavyweight World Champion Joseph Parker.
Three weight World Champion Ricky Burns fights former IBF Lightweight Champ Lee Selby.
‘Someone’s 0 gotta go’ as undefeated Cruiserweights clash. Yves Ngabu fights Lawrence Okolie for the EBU European Title.
Also on the fight card, James Tennyson takes on Craig Evans in this WBA International Lightweight Title Bout.
Conor Benn is also scheduled to fight at welterweight on this packed card which is shaping up to be a great night of boxing.
Prograis on the main event :
“I’m very excited to get everything settled. This is the fight I wanted the most and it is the fight to prove who is the best in the division.
“My goal has always been the same and that is to prove I’m the best 140lbs fighter in the world and to become undisputed.
“It has always been my dream to fight in London. The boxing fans in the UK are some of the best in the world and I can’t wait to go and put on a show.
“I know once they see me fight they’ll be fans for life.
“Taylor is in my opinion is the 2nd 140lbs in the world after myself.
“He had two great performances leading into the finals and I’m looking forward to fighting the best Josh Taylor on October 26th.”
Taylor on the main event :
“I’m massively excited. I want to prove that I’m the best in the division by taking on the best fighters.
“Now it is finally over the line I can concentrate on getting to work in the gym and going full steam ahead again.
“I’m very confident that I can outbox him and outfight him as well, I can’t see anything other than a Josh Taylor win on October 26.
“It will be a huge buzz to fight for the Muhammad Ali trophy in front of a huge crowd at The O2.
“I believe that I am the best fighter in the division and now it’s time to prove it.”
Promoter Kalle Sauerland on the fight :
“This is a true super fight and another huge Ali Trophy moment.
“Two unbeaten, in-prime World Champions meet to settle who is best in the division, two boxers who have performed at the very highest level in this tournament.
“In this terrific match-up of two undefeated gladiators it is very difficult to predict who will be raising the Ali Trophy in the end.
“One thing is sure, it is going to be an enthralling showdown not to be missed!”