The expected Joshua vs Klitschko fight time, ring walks and approximate TV coverage times for the event at Wembley.
The waiting is almost over for one of the most anticipated heavyweight title fights in some time. You know it’s a big fight when it’s all anyone is talking about in the sports world on social media today.
The first bell for Joshua vs Klitschko tonight will be at 10pm local time in the UK, which is 2pm PT in the afternoon in the US, 5pm ET.
The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK tonight and live on Showtime in the US. There will be a delayed airing of the event then afterwards by HBO.
RTL will show the fight live in Germany.
In terms of the undercard action, while there isn’t perhaps usually as much on this undercard as a usual pay per view, there are still some solid fights.
Olympic medallists Katie Taylor and Luke Campbell will be in action, as will Scott Quigg and Josh Kelly.
The TV coverage for the event on Sky will start at 6pm local time in the UK. The consensus today is that the main event will definitely kick off at 10pm, so expect ring walks about 9.40pm give or take a few minutes.
To stream the fight live you will need to purchase it off you’re relevant device you wish to use from the following: