Anthony Joshua’s first defence of his IBF World Heavyweight title will be shown LIVE on Sky Sports Box Office this evening.
He’ll take on the unbeaten American Dominic Breazeale at The O2 in London, where Joshua returns for the first time since his resounding second-round win over Charles Martin to claim the IBF heavyweight world title in April.
The Olympic gold medallist turned professional just two and a half years ago making him the fifth quickest world heavyweight champion.
Challenger Dominic Breazeale, from Anaheim CA, heads to The O2 undefeated in 17 fights. Like Joshua, Breazeale made his name in the amateur ranks and was the number one rated U.S. amateur boxer in the super heavyweight division.
The undercard includes George Groves v Martin Murray (WBA super-middleweight title eliminator), Chris Eubank Jr v Tom Doran (British middleweight title), and Dillian Whyte v Cyril Leonet (eight rounds heavyweight).
How to book Sky Sports Box Office
The event will start at 7.00pm this evening on Sky Sports Box Office (Channel 491) and Sky Sports Box Office HD (Channel 492).
It’s priced at £16.95 for UK viewers, €21.95 for Republic of Ireland viewers across all “self-service” bookings (remote control / online).
And £21.95 / €26.95 (ROI) if booked via the phone (either IVR or agent) (03442 410888 UK) (0818 220 225 from ROI) but note an additional £2 booking fee if booked via an agent.
Repeats of the event will be priced at £16.95 / €21.95 (ROI) from 1.00am, Sunday 26 June.
Three repeat showings (full duration) will be shown at 8.00am, 2.00pm and 8.00pm (last showing), on Sunday 26 June.
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