Boxing fans risk falling foul of the law if they illegally stream Tyson Fury's huge heavyweight rematch with Deontay Wilder.
The duo return to the ring for a repeat of their dramatic draw in December 2018 with their unbeaten records and Wilder's WBC belt on the line.
The pair have both come in a stone heavier than for their first fight with Wilder at the heaviest mark of his career but still three stone lighter than giant Fury.
Those based in the UK can watch the fight live on BT Sport Box Office, who hold the exclusive broadcasting rights to the action.
But boxing fans have been warned they must not watch the action on illegal streaming sites – and the damage if they do so could be costly.
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Some streaming fights may ask for small payments over PayPal to access the fights but those streams risk being taken off air due to copyright infringement.
Dodgy streaming sites also create a risk of malware and other computer viruses if adequate protection is not already in place.
Possibly the biggest warning is to fans looking to use the live stream and recording services available on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in a bid to share the fight with friends and followers.
Bristol-based Yusuf Mohammed was hit with a £16,000 fine in 2017 having been found guilty of broadcasting Sky Sports content filmed on a remote device via his social media channels.
A year later, Craig Foster of Scarborough was handed a huge £85,000 fine after claims his friend broadcast the Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko heavyweight battle.
Foster was the one found guilty as he was the man who paid for the fight on Sky Sports Box Office despite claiming his friend illegal broadcast it to 4,250 people via his iPad.
A watermark of his account number meant Sky were able to track down Foster and hit him with a bill due to loss of earnings.
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