A BRADFORD boxer will be fighting on the undercard of Tyson Fury's huge world title defence against British rival Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium this weekend.

Darren Tetley's challenge of Ekow Essuman's British and Commonwealth titles has been brought forward a week after Anthony Cacace fell off the bill.

The Holme Wood welterweight had been scheduled to fight for both belts at York Hall in Bethnal Green on April 29.

Instead, he will now challenge the undefeated Essuman in front of 94,000 people at the iconic venue.

Speaking to the T&A when the bout was first announced in February, Tetley said: “This just shows how mad boxing is.

“I lost the British title eliminator to Liam Taylor in 2020, then the English welterweight title to Samuel Antwi last February.

“I had the brain scan after that and at that point, I’m thinking, ‘oh, I’m 28 now, maybe it’s time to call it a day’.

“But then this opportunity has come against Ekow, and I was never going to turn it down, especially when I found out what titles I was fighting for.”

Tetley joins the likes of Tommy Fury, Isaac Lowe and David Adeleye on the undercard.