Joshua vs Povetkin undercard: Who’s on the Wembley card TONIGHT and what time does fight start?

ANTHONY JOSHUA returns to Wembley, the place where he beat Wladmir Klitschko, with up to 90,000 Brits cheering him.

The 28-year-old faces Alexander Povetkin in a mandatory fight as he bids to extend his unbeaten record to 22 fights – but he will not be the only local talent on show.

Anthony Joshua takes on Alexander Povetkin in the main fight of the evening
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Who is on the Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin undercard?

David Price will be making a comeback fight against Sergey Kuzmin, following his defeat to Povetkin in March, another bout on a Joshua undercard

Joshua’s fellow London 2012 gold medallist, Luke Campbell, will step in the ring for the 21st time when he takes on Yvan Mandy in a WBC lightweight world title eliminator.

The pair have already met, with the Frenchman beating Campbell in 2015 on a split decision.

The full undercard begins at 7pm and is as follows:

  • Luke Campbell vs Yvan Mendy (lightweight)
  • Matty Askin vs Lawrence Okolie (cruiserweight)
  • Sergey Kuzmin vs David Price (heavyweight)
  • Shakhram Giyasov vs Julio Laguna (welterweight)
Luke Campbell beat Troy last time out to set up a rematch with Yvan Mendy
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What TV channel is the undercard fights on and can I live stream them?

The event will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK.

It will cost £19.95, including the Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin bout.

Coverage starts at 6pm and can be booked here.

Full repeats are at 9am and 4pm on Sunday, September 23.

  • Sky Box Office is on Sky channel 491 and 492(HD) and also on Virgin Media and Talk Talk.
  • To watch though PC or Mac the fight will also be live streamed through Sky’s web player.
  • For Now TV viewers, get it through the Sky Sports Box Office App.
  • For iPhone, iPad, Android Phone and Android Tablet users download the Sky Sports Box Office app from either the Apple or Play Store.
  • You will not be able to watch the event through a Sky or Virgin box if purchased to stream online or via the Box Office apps.

What time is the Anthony Joshua fight?

The Brit’s title defence showdown takes place on Saturday, September 22.

The ring walk for Joshua and Povetkin is expected to be at around 10pm.


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