Anthony Joshua faces another challenge ahead of the unification fight with Tyson Fury.
He will face Kubrat Pulev late tonight to defend his three heavyweight world titles in London.
Joshua and Pule had to fight three years ago before being knocked out of the Bulgarian team by a shoulder injury.
Although they clashed last summer, the corona virus crisis delayed the fight for six months.
Joshua knows victory will be one of the biggest battles in sporting history as fellow world champion Fury waits on the wing.
Here’s everything you need to know about how and when to watch the fight tonight …
What time does Joshua vs Pulev start?
Anthony Joshua and Kubrat Pule will walk into the ring tonight between 10.30 and 11 p.m.
The fight may be delayed because the undercard bouts are later than expected, but Joshua vs Pulev will not start before 10.30pm.
If the fight goes too far it may not be over until 11.45pm.
For any fan who sees it in the United States, the fight will start between 2.30pm and 3pm on the west coast and between 5.30pm and 6pm on the east coast.
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How do I watch TV, live stream?
As is the case with Anthony Joshua’s fights, you can only see him watching Kubrat Pulev at the Sky Sports box office.
Instead, for the fight. Costing 24.95, this is the new minimum for Joshua’s matches.
If you are a Sky customer, the easiest way to buy a fight is through your remote control. If you are not a Sky Sports customer, or would like to purchase a fight online, Go to the box office website.
The event will begin at 6 p.m.
The first fight of the night between Quiz Ashfaq and Ashley Lane will be shown on the School Sports Facebook page from 5.10pm.
Surprisingly, Anthony Joshua is the short-priced favorite to beat Kubrat Pulev Tonyhit.
There is no great value in supporting him at 1/10, while Pulev is not impressive at 6/1. Most pundits and experts believe that Joshua will succeed through a 1/3 price stoppage.
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Who is fighting undercard?
The Undercard has taken two looks in recent weeks, but still features six outs, including two in the heavyweight division.
Lawrence O’Connor vs Nicodem Jjewski – 9.30pm
Although Cruiserweight faced Christophe Glovaki for the World Cup, O’Connor tested positive for Kovid-19 last week, but it was turned down.
Hughie Fury vs Marius Watch – 8.30pm
Fury mixes with some of the top competitors and drops a level to face the watch in a boring long-distance fight.
Martin Bacol vs Sergey Kuzmin – 7.30pm
Both will come out of the swing of the night fight after suffering a defeat against Michael Hunter.
Kieron Conway vs Malay McGowan – 6.45pm
Solomon was notified by Conway that Sissoko could not travel to the UK. McGowan lost for the first time last month.
Florian Mark vs Jamie Stewart – 6.15pm
Mark was a late addition to the card he signed with the match room earlier this month. Stuart has only fought twice as a professional.
Quiz Ashfaq vs Ashley Lane – 5.15pm
Ashfaq is looking to bounce back from his defeat to Mark Leach in October, and should have had minor problems against the nine-time losing lane.
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