David Haye makes comeback against Mark de Mori... but what can viewers expect from free-to-air entertainment channel Dave?
When David Haye announced he was returning to the ring, it was widely assumed his fight would be screened on Sky Sports.
But his heavyweight comeback against Mark de Mori on Saturday night will break the mould and be shown on free-to-air entertainment channel Dave.
Here, Sportsmail takes a look at what you can expect from the self-proclaimed 'home of witty banter'.
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That immediately ruled out Sky Sports and Box Nation and in the end Dave was chosen over the more obvious choices of ITV and Channel 5, both of which have recently shown boxing.
No, this will be the first time Dave has broadcast a live sporting event but they are confident they have a team in place which will deliver the goods.
Production company Giant Film and TV have worked in MMA and director John Watts has a wealth of experience in boxing broadcasting.
David Green, director of Giant, told Sportsmail: 'From a sport point of view, it will still have all the credentials and integrity of a big boxing fight.'
Paul Dempsey will anchor the two-hour show. Having moved from radio into television, he has worked for Sky Sports, Setanta and most recently BT Sport.
While at Sky he worked on fights involving Lennox Lewis, Evander Holyfield, Mike Tyson and has also worked at the World Cup and Olympics.
The commentary team will be made up of lead Ronald McIntosh, who has covered boxing at four Olympic Games, and cruiserweight boxer BJ Flores who is a friend of Haye.
Flores last fought last summer and has been working as an analyst in America on NBC for Al Haymon's Premier Boxing Champions series.
The only live fight will be the main event which is due to start at 9.45pm. After that is finished, there will be selected highlights from the five-fight undercard.
There will also be a half-hour preview show on Friday night from 8pm. It is believed there will be a break in the action of 45 minutes before Haye fights in which the fans in The O2 will be entertained by dance chart-toppers Sigma. It is unclear whether Dave will also show it.
Haye's fight will be the first ever to be broadcast live in 360 degrees. By downloading the Haymaker 360 app, fans can watch the action from all angles and access content relating to Haye's preparation for the fight.
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