Joseph Parker vs Chisora 2 LiveStream

Joseph Parker vs Derek Chisora boxing fight live Streaming on Manchester in London and DAZN. Chisora vs Parker Live on SKY & FOX in Manchester 2021 December 18.

The New Zealand grudge match between Joseph Parker and Dereck Chisora has been scheduled to May 02 at London's Manchester Arena. The fight was set down for Sunday, May 02 – but the organizers wanted to avoid a conflict with All Blacks’ Rugby Championship fixture. It took several months for a deal to get finalized, with both sides haggling over money and even the brand of gloves.

The Parker vs Chisora 2 live fight will be carried by DAZN in the United States, while New Zealand will distribute the fight on pay-per-view. Parker, a former WBO heavyweight champion, last fought in February, when he scored a TKO win over Shawndell Winters in Texas. Chisora, with an unbeaten 19-0 record, picked up a unanimous decision win over Devin Vargas in November of last year.

When Will Joseph Parker vs Dereck Chisora will start?

Joseph Parker's fight against Dereck Chisora scheduled in December on 18.

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How to watch Joseph Parker vs Dereck Chisora Boxing

Joseph Parker's "critical fight" against Dereck Chisora has been scheduled in Manchester on a May 02, confirmed the former WBO champion's manager David Higgins.

Parker was originally set to return on May 02, but Fa had to undergo surgery after abnormalities were found in blood tests.

The Kiwi heavyweight rivals, who are both ranked in the WBO top 10, will instead share the ring early next year, with the winner staying firmly in contention for a future world title fight.