Main card begins tonight at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT / 7 p.m. BST Saturday (May 1). Ringwalks for Chisora vs Parker will start at approximately 5 p.m. ET / 2 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. BST. It’s going to be streamed online on DAZN.
The Chisora vs Parker live stream is starting soon, and it features the 37-year-old Derek Chisora taking on the 29-year-old Joseph Parker at England’s Manchester Area. These two heavyweights are finally ready to square-off after a spider bite to Parker caused the cancellation of their previously scheduled bout in 2019 .
The fighters now step into the ring with heavyweight title chances at stake. Both Parker and Chisora understand a win puts them in consideration for a shot at the title, while a loss all but dooms their dreams of getting that opportunity. Parker will likely look to win a tactical fight, drawn out to the later rounds where Chisora’s age would catch up to him. For Chisora to win, he will try to pull Parker into a slugfest early in hopes of landing the big blow.
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Parker enters the bout today having won his last four fights, including two since the 2019 contest was canceled. Parker beat Shawndell Winters by TKO in the 5th round in February of 2020. Then, this past February, he won a unanimous decision over his long time rival Junior Da.
Chisora has not had as much luck as his opponent. Though he’s won three of his last four fights, he’s coming off a loss to recent cruiser-to-heavyweight convert Oleksandr Usyk by decision. As you'd expect, the betting world has Parker as the favorite at -159.
The Chisora vs Parker fight also has a tasty looking undercard, with Katie Taylor defending her WBC, WBO, IBF & WBA women's lightweight belts against Natasha Jonas and Dmitry Bivol putting his WBA light heavyweight title on the line against Craig Richards.
You can catch all the action by watching a Chisora vs Parker live stream, so read on to find out how.
How to watch a Chisora vs Parker live stream with a VPN
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How to watch a Chisora vs Parker live stream in the US
Americans have only one way to watch the Chisora vs Parker live stream — and that's in da zone, aka DAZN. The $19.99 per month service is becoming a hot destination for fight night fans.
How to watch a Chisora vs Parker live stream in the UK
DAZN is also one of the places you can watch the Chisora vs Parker live stream in the United Kingdom. The service costs £1.99 per month in the U.K. As noted above, the main card starts at 10 p.m BST.
The fight will also be on Sky Sports Box Office.
How to watch a Chisora vs Parker live stream in Canada
Chisora vs Parker fight card
- Derek Chisora vs. Joseph Parker: 12 rounds at heavyweight
- Katie Taylor vs. Natasha Jonas: 12 rounds for Taylor's WBC, WBO, IBF & WBA women's lightweight title
- Dmitry Bivol vs. Craig Richards: 12 rounds for Bivol's WBA light heavyweight title
- James Tennyson vs. Jovanni Straffon: 12 rounds at lightweight
- Chris Eubank Jr. vs. Marcus Morrison: 10 rounds at middleweight
- Campbell Hatton vs. TBA: 4 rounds at junior lightweight
- Scott Fitzgerald vs. TBA: 6 rounds at junior middleweight
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