THE weekend is almost here – but you don't need to wait until Saturday night for some high-class boxing.
Isaac Chamberlain heads a bumper card at Crystal Palace as the Brixton cruiserweight takes on Dilan Prasovic for the vacant IBF international crown.
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Both fighters have just one pro defeat on their record and Chamberlain comes into the bout unbeaten in almost four years.
When is Chamberlain vs Prasovic?
- Fight night is all set for Friday, December 10.
- Things get underway on the undercard at the National Sports Centre in Crystal Palace at 7pm.
- The main event is expected around 11pm GMT.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
You can catch the main card for FREE on UK TV.
The bouts will be broadcast live on Channel 5.
To stream, download the My5 app on you mobile, tablet or PC.
Coverage will start at 10.30pm and runs through until just after midnight.
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There's a host of young talent on show, with a packed card brought to you by Hennesey Sport.
Irish star Stevie McKenna is looking to go 11-0, with Kaisee Benjamin and Idris Virgo also in action.
- Isaac Chamberlain vs Dilan Prasovic (vacant IBF international cruiserweight title)
- Stevie McKenna vs Abdul Aziz Quartey (IBF youth welterweight title)
- Kaisee Benjamin vs Winston Campos (super lightweight)
- Idris Virgo vs Adam Trenado (light heavyweight)
- Aaron McKenna vs Carlos Gellago (WBC youth middleweight title)
- Tommy Welch vs Mladen Manev (heavyweight)
- Brett McGinty vs Angel Emilov (super welterweight)
- Naylor Bell vs Andrea Pesce (heavyweight)
- Nathan Mizon vs Peter Alexandrov (welterweight)
- Alfie Clegg vs Patryk Burkiciak (bantamweight)
What they said
Isaac Chamberlain: “I don’t want to look too far into the past or too far into the future.
“I’m working in the gym and I’m learning. I’m still young with a lot of experience in and out of the ring.
"I came through the storm [with surgery], so I can go through anything.
"The biggest fight is with yourself and that gives me the minerals to go through anything in the ring."
Promoter Mick Hennessey: "We’ve got one of the most exciting talents in world boxing headlining an exciting card at a great venue in London.
"Isaac comes up against a world title challenger who’s only loss came to WBO world cruiserweight champion Lawrence Okolie.
"This is a superb opportunity for Isaac to put himself into world title contention and put everyone on notice.
"I believe he already has the star quality to beat the current world champions in the division.”
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