This coming Saturday night at the O2 Arena in London, heavyweights Derek Chisora and David Price will collide in a crossroads battle - where the winner will certainly move on to bigger and better things.

A new player in the heavyweight division, Oleksandr Usyk, is waiting in the wings for more action in the weight class.

Earlier this month, Usyk made his heavyweight debut after unifying and cleaning out the entire cruiserweight division. In his first fight at heavyweight, Usyk stopped veteran Chazz Witherspoon, who came in on very late notice.

Usyk is currently the WBO's mandatory challenger to their heavyweight title - which puts him in line to fight the winner of the upcoming rematch between Andy Ruiz and Anthony Joshua, which takes place on December 7 in Saudi Arabia.

But his mandatory status does not necessarily mean he will secure the Joshua -Ruiz winner in the near future.

Eddie Hearn, who co-promotes Usyk, does not rule out the possibility of having the Olympic gold medal winner fight the victor of Chisora-Price.

Earlier this week, Chisora openly called for a fight with Usyk.

"It depends what Usyk wants to do, in terms of fighting for the title. My instruction is that he wants to go straight into a world heavyweight title fight. If he wants, the winner of Chisora vs Price would be huge in the UK," Hearn told Sky Sports.

"UK fans love Usyk and would love to see him come back as a heavyweight. I would certainly be open to the winner of Chisora vs Price fighting Usyk, if they were my instructions [from Usyk].

"The winner of Chisora vs Price goes into a monster fight whether it's in Liverpool or London. Winning on Saturday night gives them the opportunity to fight anybody in the division."