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Fury vs Chisora II: Live streaming results and round by round coverage

Tyson Fury meets Dereck Chisora in the main event, with Billy Joe Saunders taking on Chris Eubank Jr in a fascinating middleweight prospect clash.

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Scott Christ is the managing editor of Bad Left Hook and has been covering boxing for SB Nation since 2006.

This afternoon from the ExCel Arena in London, Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora meet in a highly anticipated heavyweight rematch, with Billy Joe Saunders taking on Chris Eubank Jr in a middleweight grudge match, and Frankie Gavin meeting Bradley Skeete.

Live coverage begins at 2:00 pm EST on BoxNation with the pre-show, and 3:00 pm EST for the bulk of the card.

Fury (22-0, 16 KO) beat an out of shape Chisora (20-4, 13 KO) pretty easily in 2011, but this fight could be a different story. Chisora has come in nearly 20 pounds lighter for the rematch, which is closer to his optimal weight, while Fury is nine pounds heavier than he was three years ago, and a good bit above what most consider to be his best weight to date.

But the most intriguing fight on the card might be Saunders (20-0, 11 KO) taking on Eubank (18-0, 13 KO) for Saunders' European, British, and Commonwealth middleweight championships. There has been plenty of bad blood in the press between these two, and it's a big step up in quality for Eubank, who has a lot of natural talent but hasn't really had to dig deep as a pro. But Saunders may be the less gifted fighter in the ring for the first time as a pro, which may even things out. This is an extremely interesting fight on paper.

And the welterweight fight between Gavin (20-1, 13 KO) and Skeete (18-0, 7 KO) may not have excitement written all over it or anything, but it's a pivotal fight for both. The 29-year-old Gavin has underachieved as a pro, and lost in August to Leonard Bundu. His status as Britain's best welterweight prospect may have been passed to Skeete. We'll find out today.

Also featured on the bill, Gary Sykes (27-3, 6 KO) and Liam Walsh (16-0, 11 KO) will unify the British and Commonwealth super featherweight titles.


  • Lewis Pettitt (14-1, 5 KO) vs Santiago Allione (21-9-1, 8 KO), super bantamweights, 12 rounds
  • Frank Buglioni (14-1, 11 KO) vs Andrew Robinson (13-0, 4 KO), super middleweights, 10 rounds
  • Mitchell Smith (9-0, 4 KO) vs Zoltan Kovacs (11-4, 3 KO), super featherweights, 10 rounds
  • Ahmet Patterson (13-0, 4 KO) vs Sullivan Mason (10-0, 0 KO), welterweights, 8 rounds
  • Eddie Chambers (40-4, 21 KO) vs Dorian Darch (8-3, 1 KO), heavyweights, 6 rounds
  • Romeo Romaeo (5-0, 2 KO) vs Ismail Anwar (4-4, 1 KO), super featherweights, 6 rounds
  • Georgie Kean (4-1, 1 KO) vs Kevin McCauley (11-83-5, 0 KO), junior middleweights, 4 rounds
  • Steve Collins Jr (3-0-1, 0 KO) vs Mareks Kovalevskis (2-13-2, 0 KO), cruiserweights, 4 rounds
  • Macaulay McGowan (3-0, 0 KO) vs Fonz Alexander (2-4, 0 KO), welterweights, 4 rounds

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