Anthony Joshua returns to the ring for the first time in 12 months when he faces Kubrat Pulev at London’s Wembley Arena.
Joshua and Pulev meet at Wembley Arena on December 12, after seeing their June date postponed because of the coronavirus crisis.
In fact, the two were supposed to meet in October 2017 until Pulev was forced to pull out because of injury.
Joshua defeated Andy Ruiz in December last year in their second fight and steps into the ring this for the first time in 2020.
Here is how you can ensure you do not miss a moment of the live Joshua vs Pulev action on another big night for heavyweight boxing.
What TV channel is Joshua vs Pulev on?
The fight is being shown on Sky Box Office in the UK, which is on channel 491 for standard definition and channel 492 for high definition.
How much will it cost to watch?
Watching live on Sky Sports Box Office will cost viewers in the UK £24.95 – it’s €27.95 for those in the Republic of Ireland – plus an extra £5 if booked over the phone on the day of the fight. All ‘self-service’ booking options such as via remote control or online remain free of additional charges.
How to watch the fight in the UK?
For those with Sky: Subscribers can purchase the fight online, through their box or via the telephone – 03442 410 888. If you’re calling from the Republic of Ireland, it’s: 0818 220 225.
How can I live stream the fight?
You can stream the fight live using the Sky Sports Box Office App on mobile devices and online – order here.
The NOW TV Smart Stick or NOW TV box is also an option for fans wanting to order the fight.
If you don’t have a Sky account, head here.
What time does the fight start?
As always with big fights, the start time is a moving target dependent on the undercard bouts, but we expect it to begin after 10pm GMT.
What have they been saying?
Eddie Hearn on having 1,000 fans at the fight:
“I can’t tell you how happy I am to see fans returning to our live boxing events,” he said.
“Whilst the team have done an incredible job over the last 10 months we live and breathe through the energy and atmosphere that a live crowd generates.
“It’s so fitting that they can return for an AJ fight, when through the last few years he has broken all kinds of attendance records in the UK and beyond. This is such a positive move for boxing and all sport.”