Deontay Wilder defends his WBC title belt against Tyson Fury in a heavyweight clash which could be the fight of the year.
Fury has made a low-key return to the ring following his suspension, but his comeback steps up to world level when he takes on Wilder, nicknamed the Bronze Bomber.
Wilder made headlines in October when breaking a mascot's jaw on live television with Fury's preparation comparatively low-key so far.
We'll have more quotes in the build-up as well as the tale of the tape, which will include each fighter's full record and more.
When and where is the fight?
Wilder faces Fury on December 1 in the biggest fight left on the 2018 calendar.
The bout takes place at the Staples Centre in Las Vegas, Nevada.
How can I watch it?
BT Sport Box Office HD, which is available on BT TV, Sky and Virgin. For more details, click here.
US viewers will be able to watch the fight on Showtime's pay-per-view channel, while BT Sport also plan to stream it online.
How else can I follow the fight?
Various websites will provide live coverage while in the UK, there will be live radio commentary via BBC Radio Five Live.
What is the latest betting?
Sky Bet make Deontay Wilder their 4/6 favourite, with Tyson Fury 6/4 and the draw 20/1. Wilder is 13/8 to win by knockout or technical knockout, with Fury 5/1 in the same market. The latter is 2/1 to win by decision or technical decision with Wilder 4/1.
Click here for all the odds.
Tyson Fury is convinced he'll beat Deontay Wilder, claiming that it is "written in the stars" as he aims to achieve "one of the greatest comebacks in boxing history, similar to George Foreman, Muhammad Ali and the other great comeback fighters." Click here to read more.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder had to be separated once more as the third and final promotional press conference in Los Angeles again got heated. The pair were held back by security after pushing each other and the conference had to be cut short for the second time in three days. Click here to read more.
Tyson Fury will fight Deontay Wilder for the WBC heavyweight world title on December 1. American Wilder, 32, and Fury, 30, have agreed to the bout with a venue in the United States, expected to be Las Vegas, set to be announced next week. The promotional tour for the fight gets under way in London on October 1. Click here to read more.
Deontay Wilder's fight record: 40-0-0 KOs: 39
Tyson Fury's fight record: 27-0-0 KOs: 19