Heavyweights collide at The 02 Arena in London, England today (Saturday, July 28th), as Dillian Whyte (23-1, 17 KOs) and Joseph Parker (24-1, 18 KOs) face off in a pay-per-view main event.
Whyte just viciously knocked out Lucas Browne a couple of months ago, setting the stage for him to prove himself against an actual elite-level heavyweight. Parker is the former WBO heavyweight champion, but he lost his belt and his unbeaten record to Anthony Joshua in an uninspiring decision in March. It’s a crossroads matchup, as Whyte wants to prove he’s a top-tier fighter, while Parker looks to remain among the best in his weight class.
Here are the basic details on who’s fighting tonight, how you can watch the card, where you can catch a live stream, and more.
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Fight time: The main event is expected to start at 10 PM local time (5 PM ET/2 PM PT). Live PPV coverage starts at 6 PM local time (1 PM ET/10 AM PT).
TV Network: Sky Box Office PPV will have the fight for UK viewers at a cost of £19.95, with an increase to £24.95 for telephone bookings made on the day of the fight. Australians can order through Main Event for A$39.99. In New Zealand, Sky Arena has the PPV priced at NZ$49.99. Sadly, there’s no US broadcaster picking this fight up, which is lame and dumb.
Fight Card: Dillian Whyte vs Joseph Parker (12 rounds, heavyweights); Dereck Chisora vs Carlos Takam (12 rounds, heavyweights); Katie Taylor vs Kimberly Connor (10x2 min rounds; lightweights); Conor Benn vs Cedric Peynaud (10 rounds, welterweights); Joshua Buatsi vs Andrejs Pokumeiko (10 rounds, light-heavyweights); Nick Webb vs Dave Allen (10 rounds, heavyweights); Charlie Duffield vs Reinis Porozovs (4 rounds, light-heavyweights); Anthony Fowler vs Craig O’Brien (8 rounds, super-welterweights); Frank Buglioni vs Emmanuel Feuzeu (8 rounds, light-heavyweight contest)
Highlights: Check back later for a highlights post