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How to watch Usyk vs Joshua: Live stream, TV channel and ring walk time

Robert Worthington

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How to watch Usyk vs Joshua: Live stream, TV channel and ring walk time

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Anthony Joshua faces Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia this evening in a hotly anticipated rematch between the pair.

Joshua is looking to regain his WBA, IBF and WBO titles in Jeddah after succumbing to disappointing defeat against the Ukranian last time out at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

In September of last year, Usyk beat Joshua by unanimous decision as he handed the Brit just the second defeat of his career.

The last time Joshua participated in a rematch he managed overcome Andy Ruiz Jr. after a shock defeat in the first bout.

And after triggering the contractural option of a rematch just hours after his defeat against Usyk last time out, Joshua will be hoping for similar success tonight.

Here’s everything you need to know about Oleksandr Usyk Vs. Anthony Joshua II.

How to watch Oleksandr Usyk Vs. Anthony Joshua II: Live stream and TV Channel

The fight will be broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports Box Office, and will cost £26,95.

Fans will also be able to stream the fight live on the Sky Go app.

Highlights will be available on the Sky Sports Boxing YouTube channel.

What time does Oleksandr Usyk Vs. Anthony Joshua II start?

Coverage of the event taking place in Jeddah will begin at 6pm (BST).

The time Usyk and Joshua enter the ring very much depends on how the undercard match ups pan out, but the pair can be expected to begin fighting at around 11pm (BST).  

Oleksandr Usyk Vs. Anthony Joshua II Undercard

Prior to the main event of the night, a number of undercard bouts will take place in the Jeddah Superdrome.

Ramala Ali takes on Crysal Garcia Nova in what will be the first women’s professional boxing match in Saudi Arabia.

Callum Smith is also set to face up with Mathieu Baderlique as he aims to claim a world light-heavyweight title.

The main undercard event will involve Filip Hrgovic and Zhilei in a heavyweight fight.

The winner of that duel could next face whoever comes out on top between Joshua and Usyk.

 

Topics: Oleksandr Usyk, Anthony Joshua, Boxing

Robert Worthington
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