Chisora vs Gashi: Dereck Chisora has his eye on another high profile but must first find a way Undercard coverage begins at 7pm with ringwalks for the main event not expected before 10pm.
Del Boy’ will walk out into the familiar territory of London’s O2 Arena as he returns to the ring following a brutal eleventh-round KO defeat to Dillian Whyte back in December.
Dave Allen faces the biggest night of his career when he takes on former WBA World Champion Lucas Browne on a blockbuster evening of Heavyweight action at The O2 in London on April 20, shown live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US.
Chisorsa and Dillian Whyte tore the house down again in a thrilling December rematch but a KO defeat for the Brixton fighter raised questions over whether he may decide to call it a day and hang up his gloves.
The 35-year-old immediately shot down talk of retirement however and now has his eye on a meeting with former WBO champion Joseph Parker or the undefeated Oleksandr Usyk.
Having dominated the cruiserweight division and become the first man to hold all four major world titles at the weight, Usyk moves up to heavyweight in May when he will take on Carlos Takam.
‘Del Boy’ hopes to be next in line and now working under Dave Coldwell, who previously trained former cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew, he is confident there are more big nights ahead of him.
A defeat at the O2 would be surely derail those plans, however. Little-known Gashi has won 15 of his 17 professional bouts, losing his two fights against anyone of real note.
One of those was against Takam – a man Chisora beat last year – with the other to Tom Schwarz, who takes on Tyson Fury later in the summer. Date, UK start time and venue Chisora vs Gashi takes place on Saturday April 20 at London’s O2 Arena.