The pair will clash at the O2 Arena on Saturday night, with the WBC Silver, WBA and WBO international belts on the line and a potential world title shot up for grabs.
When is Whyte vs Chisora II?
The big fight will take place on Saturday, December 22.
Ring walks will be expected to start at around 10pm.
The explosive boxing match will be held at the O2 Arena in London.
Which TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office with coverage from 6pm.
It will cost £19.95 for the main event and undercard, and Virgin, BT TV and Sky customers will all be able to watch it.
You can also watch it online, on your mobile and tablet.
Can I get tickets for Whyte vs Chisora?
Tickets are selling fast on the O2 Arena website with the cheapest going for £69.25 – but in the top tier.
To get ringside, you will have to splash out £328.79 to see the explosive fight up close and personal.
But on StubHub, you can get tickets in the upper tier for £48.60.
Yet, the most expensive ring side seat is going for a staggering £1,761.76.
What are the weigh-in results?
Dillian Whyte has weighed in at an incredible 17st 8- nearly stone lighter than he was against Joseph Parker in July.
Chisora has come in at 17st 8.
How do the fighters compare?
Who is on the undercard?
Just four fights on the undercard, including British interest in Joshua Buatsi and also Carlos Takam – who lost to Chisora in his last bout.
- Ryan Walsh vs Reece Bellotti (featherweight)
- Cristofer Rosales vs Charlie Edwards (WBC flyweight title)
- Joshua Buatsi vs Renold Quinlan (light heavyweight)
- David Price vs Tom Little (heavyweight)
- Linus Udofia vs Pavol Garaj
- Fabio Wardley vs Phil Williams (heavyweight)
What are the latest odds?
Dillian Whyte is the favourite once again to get past Dereck Chisora and inflict another defeat on his fellow Brit.
What did the fighters say?
Dillian Whyte: "Dereck will see how strong I am. I'm used to people trying to get into my head. I don't think even Dereck himself knows what he is doing.
"I've had good learning fights and there's still a lot more to come – I'll fight anybody.
"I'll do whatever it takes to get the win, I conserve my energy, I'm relaxed. There will be blood on Saturday night."
Dereck Chisora: "Our game-plan is to bite the gum shield, seek and destroy.
"I can't afford to rely on the judges. I will pound him, hit him, pound him, hit him."
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