Here is all you need to know about Saturday nights event.
10 three-minute rounds in the heavyweight division.
The fight will be shown live on BT Sport 1. The programming starts at 7pm. Alternatively you can also use the BT App to live stream on the go on your tablet or mobile. In the USA Showtime will stream live exclusively to U.S. audiences on the Showtime Boxing Facebook page and Showtime Sports YouTube Channel beginning at 4:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. PT.
Fight card – The rundown
Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi – Heavyweight
Fury returns for the first time since his October 2015 victory over Wladimir Klitschko which saw the Brit claim WBA, WBO and IBF world titles. Seferi comes into the contest with a 23-1 record largely competing largely as a cruiserweight with his sole loss coming to WBA ‘regular’ heavyweight champion Manuel Charr.
Terry Flanagan vs Maurice Hooker – WBO World Super-Lightweight Title
Flanagan steps up to 140lbs having previously reigned as WBO world champion at lightweight. Hooker is unbeaten in 26 but bizarrely has three draws on his record. The two battle for the title Terence Crawford vacated.
Nathan Gorman vs Sean Turner – Heavyweight
Gorman has 10 stoppages to his name following 12 straight victories. The 21 year-old trains under Ricky Hatton and they take on Irishman Turner who has a record of 12-2.
Mark Heffron vs Andrew Robinson
With 19 straight wins 15 coming early Heffron takes on Robinson who is fresh from an IBO Continental title victory against Nick Jenman.
Troy Williamson vs Jack Flatley
Former amateur rivals clash at middleweight.