The fight will stream on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN stateside.
Whyte (24-1, 17 KO) and Chisora (29-8, 21 KO) went to war in 2016, Whyte ultimately escaping with a split decision. “The Villain” has gone on to score solid wins over Lucas Browne and Joseph Parker, while Chisora is 3-1 since the battle, the most notable bout a majority decision loss to Agit Kabayel in a bid for the European title.
It’s not clear how much Chisora has left in the tank at 34, but if he can muster up that sort of effort again, the rematch could wind up being a real treat. It will be interesting to see the contrast between how much Whyte has sharpened up and how much Chisora has declined since the first time around.