This Saturday, Triller Fight Club is back. One of the most unique fighting organizations returns to action from inside The Forum in Los Angeles. The main event will be Sergey Kovalev vs. Tervel Pulev. The latest instalment of Triller Fight Club will see the former world light-heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev take on the undefeated Tervel Pulev, as two of boxing's veterans lace up their gloves one more time. Sergey Kovalev vs. Tervel Pulev: Date, fight time, TV channel and live stream Watch Full Fight Live: https://watch-boxinglive.com/fights/ Watch Full Fight Live: https://watch-boxinglive.com/fights/ Kovalev started boxing at the age of 11. He turned pro in 2009 and won the WBO light-heavyweight title in 2013. “Krusher” won the WBA and IBF light-heavyweight titles from Bernard Hopkins in 2013. He lost his titles to Andre Ward in 2016 and the rematch a year later. Kovalev won the WBO title but lost it to Eleider Alvarez. Regaining the belt in 2019, Kovalev would lose the title against Canelo Alvarez, who moved up in weight, in 2019. That was his last pro bout. A bronze medalist in the 2012 Olympic games, Pulev turned pro in 2016. The brother of Kubrat Pulev won the WBA International cruiserweight title in 2019. After a year-plus away from the ring, Pulev returned in January 2021, beating Vikapita Meroro via TKO. What time does Sergey Kovalev vs. Tervel Pulev start today? Date: Saturday, May 14 Start time: 9 p.m. ET Main event: 12 a.m. ET (approximate) Triller Fight Club’s latest event will take place on Saturday, May 14. The main card is expected to start at 9 p.m. ET. Kovalev and Pulev should make their way to the ring around midnight, depending on how long the undercard fights last. Kovalev held multiple light heavyweight world championships, including the WBA (Undisputed) and IBF titles from 2014 to 2016, and the WBO title three times between 2013 and 2019. His last fight back in November 2019 ended KO defeat to Canelo Alvarez, a bout in which he lost his WBO light heavyweight title. The Russian will square off against the brother of Kubrat Pulev, Tervel. The Bulgarian remains undefeated in his professional career, winning all 16 of his fights including winning the vacant WBA international cruiserweight title against Deshon Webster back in January 2021. And while Kovalev has enjoyed world title success, Pulev is someone who has been successful at amateur level with an Olympic bronze medal at London 2012 being the standout accolade, after losing to current WBA, WBO, IBO and IBF heavyweight champion, Oleksandr Usyk in the semi-final. And the Bulgarian's brother will also be fighting on the undercard against Jerry Forrest. Most notably in his last fight, the 41-year-old lost to Anthony Joshua at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium via KO in the ninth round, for the same titles the British boxer then lost Usyk back in September 2021. Where is Kovalev v Pulev? The fight will be taking place at The Forum in Inglewood, California. Kovalev vs. Pulev fight card Sergey Kovalev vs. Tervel Pulev; Cruiserweight Kubrat Pulev vs. Jerry Forrest; Heavyweight Emiliano Vargas vs. Mark Salgado; Super welterweight Evan Holyfield vs. Jurmain McDonald; Super welterweight Fernando Vargas Jr. vs. Terrance Jarmon; Super welterweight Amado Vargas vs. Anel Dudo; Featherweight The fight will be broadcast live on Fite TV, with the standalone PPV available for just £8.10. There is also the option to purchase the TrillverzPass from £2.50 for the month, or £25.00 for the year. Sergey Kovalev and Tervel Pulev headline the latest instalment of Triller Fight Club. The historic Forum in California is set to host the latest instalment of Triller Fight Club which sees some of boxing's veteran names lace up the gloves once more. Former world light-heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev headlines, taking on Tervel Pulev in a cruiserweight contest. While Kovalev has enjoyed world title success, Pulev is someone who has been successful at amateur level with an Olympic bronze medal at London 2012 being the standout accolade. Former light heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev will end a long layoff from the ring with a new challenge when he headlines the next Triller Fight Club event from Southern California. The 39-year-old has moved up to the cruiserweight ranks to take on Tervel Pulev in a 10-round fight on Saturday night at The Forum in Inglewood. It's the first match for the Russian since November 2019, when he lost his WBO world light heavyweight title to Saul "Canelo" Alvarez via a brutal knockout. The co-main event for TrillerVerz V features a heavyweight battle between Tervel's older brother, Kubrat Pulev, and Jerry Forrest. Evan Holyfield, the 24-year-old son of legendary boxer Evander Holyfield, highlights the undercard as he takes on Jurmain McDonald in a six-round super welterweight fight. Pulev should provide a decent measuring stick for Kovalev as he looks to challenge for a title at cruiserweight. A former amateur standout, Pulev is undefeated with 13 knockouts in 16 professional fights. However, none of those fights have come against a notable name. While Kovalev easily has the best resume of anyone Pulev has fought, there are concerns about his chin, ring rust and ability to transfer his skills to the bigger division. As long as he can take the punches and hasn't lost too much speed, Kovalev should be able to scratch out a decision win. It might not look pretty, though, as Pulev has nothing to lose and will look to test his opponent early as the naturally bigger man.