Boxing fans buzzing for Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou with 'gold, stacked' undercard promising heavyweight extravaganza | The Sun

BOXING FANS are going to be treated to a list of big names when they tune in to watch Tyson Fury take on Francis Ngannou next month.

The pair have scheduled their bout for October 28 in Saudi Arabia and it's not just their fight which is attracting interest as the undercard has garnered some serious respect.

Fabio Wardley and David Adeleye were already known to be fighting alongside the main event in Saudi Arabia.

The pair came to blows during the press conference earlier this month.

But now Fury's representative Spencer Brown has divulged who else will join the undercard for the international fight.

Speaking on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas podcast, Brown revealed that Joseph Parker vs Simon Kean and Martin Bakole vs Carlos Takam will also take place.


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Parker, who trains with Fury, will face Kean as the New Zealand-born former WBO heavyweight champion continues to try to shake off his loss to Joe Joyce last year.

His fight with Kean will be his third of the year after already registering wins against Jack Massey and Faiga Opelu in 2023.

Bakole v Takam will provide viewers with even more heavyweight entertainment on the night.

And it's safe to say boxing fans are excited for the event with many taking to social media to praise the "stacked" undercard.

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Fury's friend and training partner Joseph Parker will fight Simon KeanCredit: Getty


One said: "That's actually a stacked card!"

Whilst another added: "Some respectable bouts on that undercard. Fair play. We'll be tuning in."

A third wrote: "What a card this is gonna be!"

One fan was pleased to see the card was heavyweights only, saying: "A card full of heavyweights. I love it."

And a fourth said: "Undercard is gold!"

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