BOBBY FISH takes to the ring as part of the undercard for Deji and Floyd Mayweather's main event in Dubai.
The former WWE star made his debut in Impact Wrestling earlier in the year and will make his debut as a boxer before the year is out.
With a career panning over 20 years, the 46-year-old has experience in kickboxing, which could hand him an advantage when he steps into the square circle.
We have all the details on his fight as he faces Ghanaian Boateng Prempeh, who has two wins and three losses on his record already.
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When is Fish vs Prempeh?
- Bobby Fish will take on Boateng Prempeh on Sunday, November 13.
- The event will be underway from 5pm UK time and 9pm local time and the fight could get underway from any time between 7pm-9pm.
- Taking place in Dubai, the Coco-Cola Arena will host the bout as part of the Deji vs Mayweather undercard.
- The arena can hold up to 17,000 spectators.
What channel is it and can it be live streamed?
- Fish vs Prempeh will be shown live on DAZN PPV in the UK
- The action can be live streamed on the DAZN app, available for download onto your mobile and tablet devices.
- A subscription to DAZN costs £7.99-per-month.
- The event itself will cost an additional £16.99 for spectators to watch.
While the entire card is yet to be confirmed, Tyson Fury's brother, Tommy, will take on Paul Bamba.
Another boxing brother will be on the card as Conor Benn's brother Harley is in action against Faizan Anwar.
- Floyd Mayweather vs Deji
- Tommy Fury vs Paul Bamba
- Jack Fincham vs Anthony Taylor
- Bobby Fish vs Boateng Prempeh
- Jadier Herrera vs Franklin Manzanilla
- Harley Benn vs Faizan Anwar
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What has been said?
Speaking at a Maryland Championship Wrestling event, Fish opened up on the event and revealed that he has already signed up for another fight.
However, he admitted that he would prefer to fight in MMA rather than boxing.
He said: “I mean, it’s a two-fight deal. So I’m definitely fighting twice.
"This one has to be boxing. The next one, I would really like for it to be kickboxing or MMA because that’s what I’ve done. I’ve been doing martial arts since I was a kid and that’s what I love.”
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