Dillian Whyte, Alexander Povetkin, Derek Chisora and Dave Allen can be collectively in a heavyweight melting pot over the following two weeks.
Forward of their Struggle Camp pay-per-view headliner on August 22, Whyte and Povetkin will journey to the UK from their abroad coaching camps.
The Brixton man has been making ready out in Portugal whereas his opponent did so in his native Russia.
Present authorities guidelines state that the pair should quarantine for 14 days upon arrival, so the plan is for them to make early entries into Matchroom’s ‘bubble’ setup on the Brentwood Vacation Inn.
Due to the early arrival, Povetkin has recruited a few sparring companions who will be part of him within the ‘bubble’ for some late periods earlier than the bout.
One in every of these simply so occurs to be Whyte’s previous enemy, Chisora.
Eddie Hearn instructed Sky Sports activities: “[We’re having] ongoing conversations nonetheless with the federal government about nonetheless attempting to cut back the 14-day quarantine to seven days.
“If that’s not executed this week, they’ll be flying over on Thursday they usually’ll be placing themselves right into a 14-day quarantine and coming into the bubble.
“Povetkin’s gonna be within the bubble from Friday sparring with Dave Allen and Dereck Chisora, who additionally enter the bubble to get examined.
“So that you’re gonna in all probability get Povetkin, Chisora, Allen and Dillian Whyte all within the bubble.
“And also you’ve received Allen and Chisora serving to out Povetkin, so Whyte’s not gonna be over the moon.
“God is aware of what’s gonna occur over the following couple of weeks.”
Whyte beat Chisora by a contentious factors resolution again in 2016, earlier than settling any controversy with a conclusive knockout of their rematch two years later.
It appeared as if their points had been settled after the second bout.
Nevertheless, the feud has reignited of late and will reaching boiling level within the ‘bubble’.