Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk: date, tickets, venue
The full lowdown on how and where you can watch Anthony Joshua's heavyweight bout against Oleksandr Usyk this weekend.
Britain's Anthony Joshua defends his WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight titles against former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk this weekend.
Joshua has been the unified heavyweight world champion since beating Andy Ruiz Jr in a rematch in December 2019, having lost his belts to the American six months earlier, in what was the only defeat of his career so far.
The 31-year-old has won 24 fights as a professional, 22 of which by knockout.
Ukrainian Usyk, 34, is the mandatory WBO challenger and has so far won 18 out of 18 pro fights, 13 of which by knockout.
The pair face off at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on Saturday 25 September, with their fight expected to get underway at around 10pm BST (5pm EDT).
Check out our in-depth preview of the fight.
How to watch Joshua vs Usyk
Viewers in the United States can tune into the Joshua vs Usyk bout on the sports streaming service DAZN, which will be broadcasting the event in over 170 countries worldwide.
How to get tickets for Joshua vs Usyk
Resale tickets are available for the Joshua vs Usyk fight on the ticketing site Stubhub. At the time of writing, seats were up for grabs from £84 ($115).
Joshua vs Usyk: full fight card
Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk (heavyweight)
Callum Smith vs Lenin Castillo (light-heavyweight)
Campbell Hatton vs Sonni Martínez (lightweight)
Florian Marku vs Maxim Prodan (welterweight)
Christopher Ousley vs Khasan Baysangurov (middleweight)
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