TOMMY FURY returns to the boxing ring on a STACKED card over in Dubai.
Floyd Mayweather vs Deji headlines the Global Titans show with fellow ex-Love Islander Jack FIncham also on the bill vs Anthony Taylor.
Fury, 23, has not fought since April, when he defeated Daniel Bocianksi on the undercard of Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte in April.
A long-awaited bout against Jake Paul broke down for the second time in the summer.
The fight was confirmed for August, but the British light-heavyweight was withdrawn amid a US visa issue.
Fury takes on ex-Marine Paul Bamba, who holds a record of 5-2.
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When is Tommy Fury vs Paul Bamba?
Tommy Fury vs Paul Bamba takes place on Sunday, November 13.
The fight is chief support before Floyd Mayweather vs Deji, and ring walks are expected around 9pm UK time.
The Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai plays host.
What live stream and TV channel is Tommy Fury vs Paul Bamba on?
- Tommy Fury vs Paul Bamba will be broadcast LIVE on DAZN PPV.
- A subscription to DAZN costs £7.99-a-month.
- The PPV price for the event has yet to be confirmed, we'll be bringing you the update right here when announced.
- You can live stream the action from the DAZN app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
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What is the full fight card?
Floyd Mayweather vs Deji headlines the huge card in Dubai.
While Conor Benn's brother Harley is also fighting on the show.
- Floyd Mayweather vs Deji
- Tommy Fury vs Paul Bamba
- Jack Fincham vs Anthony Taylor
- Delfine Persoon vs Ikram Kerwat
- Harley Benn vs TBA
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