Tyson Fury faces Derek Chisora at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday looking to complete a hat-trick of victories against his fellow Briton.
Fury's WBC title is on the line against his familiar foe - one he outpointed back in 2011 and then knocked out three years later.
The man known as the Gypsy King has retired and unretired several times but has said he always wanted a third bout against Chisora.
"I've decided to come back to boxing because I can be the first heavyweight champion in history to have two trilogies, one with Deontay Wilder, a second one with Derek Chisora," Fury said. "I always said I would fight Derek Chisora at the end of my career."
Fury's assertion that he'd be the first heavyweight to have two trilogies ignores the fact that the great Muhammad Ali's fought both Joe Frazier and Ken Norton on three occasions.
Fury comes into the bout on the back of a knockout of Dillian Whyte in April, while Chisora’s last entry into the ring saw him win a split-decision win against Kubrat Pulev in July.
What TV channel is Fury vs Chisora on in the UK?
Tyson Fury vs Derek Chisora is being broadcast live and exclusively on BT Sport Box Office in the UK.
What TV Channel is Fury vs Chisora on in the United States?
In the US, the fight card will stream live on ESPN+.
How can I live stream the fight?
You can access a Fury v Whyte live stream on all major accepted devices only by signing up for the official pay-per-view with BT Sport. You can stream the fight on the BT Sport Box Office app.
How much will it cost to watch?
It is set to cost £26.95, which is more than any of Fury’s other fights.
What time does the fight start?
The undercard action in north London is expected to get under way from 5pm with ringwalks for the main event expected at around 9pm.
Which belt or belts will be on the line?
Despite having previously held the unified WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO, and Ring titles, Fury now has 'just' the WBC title, which will be up for grabs on Saturday.
What are the fighters' records?
Fury has 32 wins, 23 by knockout, and one draw – the controversial first fight of a trilogy against Deontay Wilder. He has never lost.
Chisora heads into this bout having fought 45 times, with 33 wins – 23 through knockouts – and 12 defeats.