FURY ROAD Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski LIVE: Date, UK start time, live stream and talkSPORT commentary as Jake Paul rival stars on Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte undercard
Tommy Fury is in action again as his brother Tyson Fury defends his WBC world heavyweight title against Dillian Whyte tonight at Wembley Stadium.
Tommy Fury will take on Daniel Bocianski on the undercard of Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium this Saturday.
The Gypsy King’s half-brother is in action for the first time since being forced to pull out of his fight with Jake Paul in December.
Love Island star Tommy is a light-heavyweight with a record of 7-0 and will face an opponent with a positive record for the first time.
Bocianski has amassed a record of 10-1 and is an upgrade on Fury’s former rivals, but he was knocked out by Patryk Szymanski in his last fight.
After the disappointment of missing out on a Jake Paul pay-per-view event last December, Tommy Fury returns to action.
The light heavyweight had to pull out of the moneyspinning event when he suffered a broken rib and bacterial chest infection.
Now, though, he returns to the ring with a fight against Polish journey man Daniel Bocianski.
Fury is the heavy favourite and will fight early on the card of his brother Tyson Fury's WBC title fight with Dillian Whyte.
Here's everything you need to know about Fury vs. Bocianski.
Fury vs Bocianski: Date and start time
This light-heavyweight fight will take place on Saturday, April 23
The undercard action starts from 6pm in front of a record crowd of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium
Fury vs Bocianski is expected be on at around 7.30pm
The main event ring walks for Fury vs Whyte are then confirmed to start at 9.45pm
Fury vs Bocianski: talkSPORT commentary
talkSPORT will broadcast exclusive audio rights to the world title clash between Tommy’s brother Tyson and Dillian Whyte
We will start our coverage from 7.30pm, including all the build-up, live action and post-fight analysis
talkSPORT’s team will include commentator Andy Clarke, plus Spencer Oliver, Gareth A Davies and Adam Catterall
Fury’s former trainer, Ben Davison, will provide expert analysis from ringside
Our ringside coverage will be followed by a reaction show live from Boxpark until 1am, with Majestic, Natasha Jonas and Nick Peet
Fury vs Bocianski: How to listen
To tune in to talkSPORT for our live coverage, click HERE for the live stream.
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Fury vs Bocianski: Undercard
Tyson’s younger half-brother Tommy is the main attraction on the undercard but that is not only Fury competing.
The WBC champion’s cousin Isaac Lowe is looking to bounce back from defeat in an intriguing bout with unbeaten featherweight Nick Ball.
British super-featherweight champion Anthony Cacace’s fight with Jonathan Romero has been called off.
MAIN EVENT: Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte – (WBC heavyweight world title)
Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski (light-heavyweight)
Isaac Lowe vs Nick Ball (Featherweight)
Ekow Essuman vs Darren Tetley
David Adeleye vs Chris Healey (Heavyweight)
Kurt Walker vs Stefan Nicolae (Super-Featherweight)
Karol Itauma vs Michal Ciach (Light-Heavyweight)
Royston Barney-Smith vs Constantin Radoi (Super-Featherweight)
Fury vs Bocianski: TV channel and live stream
As part of Fury vs Whyte, this bout will also be broadcast on BT Sport Box Office in the UK and the entire PPV will cost £24.95.
Their coverage will begin from 7pm and continue into the late hours on Saturday evening.
BT Sport Box Office is on Sky channel 490, BT channel 494, and in the live events section on Virgin Media.
It can be live streamed online on BT Sport’s website and their app after purchase.
Fury vs Bocianski: What has been said?
Fury: “All the way through my career, I’ve been boxing all my life, and because I did something for six months that was outside boxing, Love Island, I feel like nobody takes me seriously.
“I really want to prove that all this occasion, it doesn’t mean anything to me, I’m not new to being in front of a camera it doesn’t bother me.
“It’s a good step up for me. I truly believe everyone’s going to go away from Saturday night thinking ‘where’s Tommy Fury gone, who’s this new guy?’”