Daniel Dubois is one of the top British heavyweight prospects and has bounced back from the disappointment of his defeat to Joe Joyce with three wins.
The 25-year-old is looking to make it four wins in a row against South African Kevin Lerena.
What: Daniel Dubois vs Kevin Lerena
Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, England
When: Saturday 3rd December
How to watch: BT Sport Box Office
Odds: Daniel Dubois 1/12 Kevin Lerena 6/1
The fight between Daniel Dubois and Kevin Lerena is due to take place on Saturday 3rd December on the undercard for Tyson Fury's trilogy fight with Derek Chisora.
Daniel Dubois' fight with Kevin Lerena is scheduled to take place on Saturday 3rd December with the ring walks likely to occur around 21:00. The card is expected to begin around 17:00.
The fight is set to take place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.
The venue also held the bout between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk in September 2021 in which Joshua lost his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO belts to the Ukrainian by unanimous decision.
There was a crowd of 65,000 for that bout and a similar number is expected for this card.
The bout is set to be live on the undercard for Tyson Fury's fight with Derek Chisora. Both fights will be available to watch on BT Sport Box Office.
The price has not yet been announced but for the last Tyson Fury fight the cost was £24.95 to purchase.
Daniel Dubois is a heavy favourite for this clash. He is priced up at 1/12 to win this bout while his opponent Kevin Lerena is a 6/1 chance to cause the upset.
Daniel Dubois is putting his WBA heavyweight title on the line in this matchup after he winning it against Trevor Bryan in Florida in June of this year.
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Daniel Dubois has a professional record of 18 wins from 19 fights, with 17 of his victories coming by way of knockout.
His only defeat came at the hands of Joe Joyce in November 2020 when he was knocked out in the 10th round at Church House in London. In the process, he lost his British, Commonwealth, WBC Silver and WBO International heavyweight titles.
Dubois bounced back from that with a pair of victories over Bogdan Dinu and Joe Cusumano in 2021 before he won the WBA heavyweight belt against Trevor Bryan in June of this year with a fourth round knockout.
Kevin Lerena has fought most of his fights in his home nation of South Africa. He has compiled a professional record of 28 wins from his 29 fights, with 14 coming by knockout.
The 30-year-old has only fought outside of South Africa on two occasions before this bout, in Denmark and Germany, respectively.
Lerena's only loss came against Johnny Muller in November 2014. He has won both the WBA Inter-Continental heavyweight title and the IBO cruiserweight title in his career, along with the WBA Pan African cruiserweight title and the South African cruiserweight title.
The fight is on the undercard for Tyson Fury's rematch against Derek Chisora. The pair have met twice before, in 2011 and 2014 with Fury coming out on top on both occasions.
The bout between Daniel Dubois and Kevin Lerena will be the main event on the undercard while Tyvan Mendy and Denys Berinchyk are also fighting.
Karol Itauma, Hosea Burton, who is Tyson Fury's cousin, Issac Lowe and Royston Barney Smith are all also scheduled to fight on the undercard, although this group of four have not had their opponents announced yet for their bouts.