Sky Sports has announced a packed autumn boxing schedule with the rearranged Wladimir Klitschko v Tyson Fury showdown on November 28 just one of a host of world-class bouts.
Dusseldorf's ESPRIT arena remains the backdrop for a huge night in boxing after Klitschko postponed the original fight date due to a calf injury. The long-reigning heavyweight king will defend his world titles against the controversial Fury, who is unbeaten in 24 fights.
The schedule includes six world title fights across six massive nights of live boxing in just over seven weeks:
October 15 - Selby v Montiel, Alexander v Martinez
Wales' 'Lightning' Lee Selby travels to the USA to make the first defence of the IBF featherweight title he won in May, live on Sky Sports 1
October 17 - Cleverly v Fonfara, Eggington / Macklin / Yafai
Nathan Cleverly travels to the States for his crunch clash with American-based Pole Andrzej Fonfara in Chicago, while Sam Eggington tops a huge bill in Birmingham - both live on Sky Sports 1
October 24 - Brook v Chaves, Eubank Jr v Jeter, McDonnell v Parodi
Kell Brook looks for his 36th straight win, defending his IBF welterweight title for the third time in front of a passionate home crowd at the Sheffield Arena. Chris Eubank Jr is hoping to emulate his legendary father as he makes his Sky debut against American Tony Jeter. The full fight night is live on Sky Sports 1
November 7 - Smith v Fielding, Cardle v Dodd
Merseyside's two world-ranked super-middleweights collide for the vacant British title in what promises to be one of the domestic clashes of the year, live on Sky Sports 1
November 21 - Perez v Crolla, Abraham v Murray
Manchester's new hero Anthony Crolla gets an immediate rematch against Darleys Perez, and world super-middleweight champion Arthur Abraham defends his title against former world middleweight title challenger Martin Murray in Hannover, live on Sky Sports 1
November 28 - Klitschko v Fury, DeGale v Bute
The autumn's finale sees Klitschko v Fury from Dusseldorf, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Plus James DeGale defends his world title in Canada against Lucian Bute on Sky Sports 1.
Adam Smith, executive producer of Sky Sports Boxing, said: "I have been with Sky for over 20 years and this is our biggest ever autumn of boxing - it's a fantastic schedule. Fans have had to wait a bit longer for the world heavyweight clash, but if their recent press conference is anything to go by, Klitschko v Fury promises to be a must-see fight.
"Before we head to Dusseldorf at the end of November, there are five huge live fight nights. Sheffield on October 24 has a brilliant line up, with Kell Brook against Diego Chaves and Chris Eubank Jr's first Sky Sports fight against Tony Jeter.
"There's also an exciting rematch between Crolla and Perez in November, as well as a fascinating super-middleweight clash, Abraham v Murray. The next few months are set to be massive for boxing fans. We can't wait!"
Previews and analysis will be provided by Smith and former world champions Johnny Nelson, Carl Froch, Jim Watt and Glenn McCrory, along with a wide range of other boxing experts.
On top of the extensive live schedule, Sky Sports viewers can look forward to a range of support programming, providing the best possible analysis of the fights across our channels and digital outlets including Ringside.
Also, new for this autumn is a dedicated 'Fighters' section within the boxing On Demand content, featuring recent and classic fights from over 20 boxers. Fans can relive their favourite fights including Froch v Groves I and II, Mayweather v Hatton, Khan v Maidana, plus all of Anthony Joshua's fights and more.