- TNT Sports are broadcasting the fight on their Pay-Per-View channel
- Tyson Fury returns to action for the first time since December 2022
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However, during the broadcast TNT suffered a technical issue that saw their coverage go down just 40 minutes into the show.
The Gypsy King has not had a fight since his comprehensive win over Dereck Chisora to defend his WBC title in December 2022.
While Fury is still the reigning WBC Heavyweight champion, his title will not be on the line.
Dan Hardy has joined Laura Woods on the TNT panel for Tyson Fury’s fight with Francis Ngannou
Former two-weight world champion Carl Frampton rounds out the panel on TNT Sports
Despite the long lay-off for Fury, he is still expected to knock Ngannou out when they meet in the middle of the ring.
Fury is still the reigning WBC Heavyweight champion, his title will not be on the line with the two now set to meet in what has been declared a professional bout.
And while there is no title on the line between the two, they are both expected to take home significant pay days when it is all said and done.
Fury has said, via The Mirror, that the MMA heavyweight star will pocket £8.2million ($10m) for the clash.
Meanwhile, Derek Chisora has claimed that ‘The Gypsy King’ will be making £41m ($50m) for the bout.
One thing that definitely adds to the experience is commentary, so who is on duty for TNT Sports tonight?
Leading the presentation tonight is the ever popular Laura Woods, who continues her duties from last night’s weigh-in.
Joining her at the desk is former two-weight world champion and Northern Ireland boxing legend Carl Frampton.
And to be sure of balance, ex-UFC fighter and current analyst Dan Hardy will also be on duty tonight.
Steve Bunce is also a part of TNT Sport’s presentation as their roving reporter and will be carrying out the ringside interview duties.