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Wilder vs Fury undercard revealed: Big British presence in Los Angeles with Joyce, Lowe and Welborn all set to fight before the main event

Jason Welborn, Joe Joyce and Isaac Lowe will all take to the ring before Deontay Wilder’s world heavyweight title fight against Tyson Fury at the Staples Center. Wilder vs Fury will be broadcast exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office on Saturday night.

There will be a strong British presence on the Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury undercard with four fighters from across the pond set to star ahead of the main event.

Jason Welborn challenges for the unified super welterweight world title against American champion Jarrett Hurd while London-born heavyweight Joe Joyce meets Joe Hanks in the first of four live undercard contests on BT Sport Box Office.

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Unbeaten featherweight Isaac Lowe will be in eight-round action against Lucas Rafael Baez. Anthony Yarde, who beat Walter Gabriel Sequeira live on BT Sport in his most recent bout, was set to fight but had to pull out due to his opponent being given too little notice.

Elsewhere there are returns to the ring for former multiple-division world champion Robert Guerrero and ex-heavyweight title challenger Chris Arreola.

Both fighters are from California – with Guerrero representing the nearby Bay Area and Arreola hailing from Los Angeles – and will both do battle before Wilder vs Fury. Arreola will match up against Maurenzo Smith in a ten-round affair, while Guerrero's opponent will be Hungarian Adam Mate.

Wilder’s brother, Marsellos, will be in cruiserweight action against David Damore in just his third professional fight, while another California native, Carlos Licona, pits his wits against the Phillippines’ Mark Anthony Barriga as both boxers put their unbeaten records on the line.

Luis Ortiz, who took Wilder ten rounds in a thriller earlier this year, fights Travis Kauffman.

American light-middleweight Julian Williams tackles Mexican Francisco Castro, while 18-year-old prospect Jesse Rodriguez faces Axel Aragon in super-bantamweight action.

Mexican veteran Alfredo Angulo was due to fight Julio Chavez Jr before his countryman pulled out on the eve of the fight. Angulo will now box another compatriot - Fernando Castaneda - who has filled in late on.

The main event and the opening four undercard fights will be broadcast exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office. More information on how to watch the biggest boxing fight of 2018 can be found here.

FULL UNDERCARD DETAILS (not in scheduled order)

Jarrett Hurd vs Jason Welborn* - IBF/WBA/IBO super welterweight titles

Mark Anthony Barriga vs Carlos Licona* - vacant IBF minimumweight title

Luis Ortiz vs Travis Kauffman*

Joe Joyce vs Joe Hanks*

Isaac Lowe vs Lucas Rafael Baez

Chris Arreola vs Maurenzo Smith

Roberto Guerrero vs Adam Mate

Alfredo Angulo vs Fernando Castaneda

Julian Williams vs Francisco Castro

Marsellos Wilder vs David Damore

Jesse Rodriguez vs Alex Aragon

*fights televised on BT Sport Box Office

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