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Match: Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi
Venue: Manchester Arena
Date: Saturday, June 9
Time: 10:30pm
TV Channel: BT Sport

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Tyson Fury is back in action for the first time in nearly three years on Saturday night when he faces Albanian fighter Sefer Seferi. Fury has not fought professionally since he defeated Wladimir Klitschko to claim the IBF, WBA and WBO titles in the November 2015. Seferi, Fury’s 39-year-old opponent has spent most of his career as a cruiserweight, losing just won fight and 21 of his 23 victories have come via knockout.

The Albanian, who currently lives in Switzerland, is known by the nickname ‘The Real Deal’. Fury is known by his self-styled nickname the ‘Gypsy King’, and has worked himself back into shape after ballooning to 27-stone at one stage of a career beset by mental health problems.

What TV channel is Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi on?

BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the fight live Here. Subscribers can also live stream the Fury fight via the our web, with both digital platforms offering the bout in the enhanced video player allowing you to relive every round from every fight.

Who is Sefer Seferi?

Fury’s 39-year-old challenger has only suffered one defeat in a career that has largely been spent in the cruiserweight division. Seferi’s one and only loss came in September 2016 to the current WBA ‘world’ heavyweight champion Manuel Charr. The Albanian, who currently lives in Switzerland, is known by the nickname ‘The Real Deal’.

Tyson Fury’s battle with depression

Fury will make his return to boxing following an 18-month absence during which the former world heavyweight champion ballooned to nearly 27-stone as he turned to alcohol as a way of dealing with mental health problems.

“I needed the rest,” Fury told BBC Sport. “I felt tired of boxing, drained. I needed to be rejuvenated; 100% the break benefited me.

“A structured routine in life is key – having short-term and long-term goals,” Fury said.

“I advise living a healthy clean life. What good is drinking? It poisons the body. There is nothing better than getting in the gym and getting the endorphins going.”

What are they saying about Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi?

Tyson Fury on Sefer Seferi: “I’m taking him deadly serious. This is a world title fight for me.

“Every one of these people who come to fight me are challenging me for my lineal heavyweight status. I think he’s good, I think he’s good enough.

“Any man who’s had 24 fights and only lost one on points and never been knocked out can’t be a pushover.

“Try punching someone and knocking them out, it’s quite hard. He will be able to punch no doubt. A chin is a chin and if he hits me on mine, I’ll go over clearly.

“But if I’m as good as I think I am, I should beat him comfortably. If I’m useless, I’ll lose and you can’t say fairer than that.

Fury on fighting Deontay Wilder or Anthony Joshua next: “I’m thinking about putting my fist through the side of AJ’s jaw, I’m thinking about knocking Wilder spark out, all 15st of him.

“Putting him upside down on a heap in the floor.

“If there are any cruiserweights out there, light-heavyweights or middleweights, who want to move up, I will give them a good hiding, too.

“Gennady Golovkin, Andre Ward, whoever. Whoever think they are the dons, move up to heavyweight and I will sort them all out.”

What are the Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi odds?

Tyson Fury 1/100

Sefer Seferi 25/1

Draw 40/1