Opetaia Fight

Boxing tonight: TV channels, live streams, start times and fight cards

Top heavyweight Joe Joyce returns to the ring at the OVO Arena Wembley tonight with Jason Cunningham defending his commonwealth title in the co-main event against Zolani Tete

Joe Joyce will finally return to the ring after almost a year out with injuries when he faces Christian Hammer at the OVO Arena Wembley tonight.


The heavyweight is eyeing up world title opportunities, and hasn’t lost yet as a professional including handing the current WBA regular champion Daniel Dubois his sole loss. But he will have to settle for a tune-up fight with Christian Hammer at Wembley tonight after a deal to face Joseph Parker fell through.

Instead, the New Zealand fighter has signed with Sky Sports and BOXXER, essentially ending any hopes of the pair meeting in the near future. Now, Joyce will look to land yet another big stoppage before moving on to a major heavyweight clash in the future.

That BT Sport card will be co-headlined by a commonwealth title fight between Jason Cunningham and Zolani Tete. The event will lead into an early starting UFC card that begins later in the night.

Elsewhere in the world, Mairis Briedis will give up on chasing Jake Paul to defend his world cruiserweight title in Queensland. He faces local unbeaten fighter Jai Opetaia for the belts in the hopes of finally sealing a unification bout with Lawrence Okolie.

Here’s all you need to know about tonight’s action…

This event takes place at the OVO Arena Wembley, with doors opening at 6pm. The broadcast will start at 7pm, with main event ring walks expected around 10.30pm.

These times are subject to change based on how long each fight ends up going on the night

How to watch via TV and live stream

The event can be watched on BT Sport 1 from 7pm. BT Sport customers can live stream this as part of their subscription via the BT Sport app using mobile, tablet or computer devices.

Full fight card

Joe Joyce vs. Christian Hammer

Jason Cunningham vs. Zolani Tete – Commonwealth super bantamweight title

Callum Johnson vs. Igor Mikhalkin

Nathan Heaney vs. Nizar Trimech

Mark Chamberlain vs. Marc Vidal

Micky Burke vs. Serge Ambomo

Henry Turner vs. Jakub Laskowski

Tommy Fletcher vs. Darryl Sharp

Arnold Obodai vs. TBA

Mairis Briedis vs Jai Opetaia

When will the fights start?

This event takes place at the Gold Coast Convention Centre in Queensland, with the broadcast beginning at 9.30am British time. Expect the main event ringwalk around midday for this cruiserweight clash

These times are subject to change based on how long each fight ends up going on the night.

How to watch via TV and live stream

UK viewers can catch the fight live on streaming service FITE TV. The event which you can purchase here has been set at a price point of $12.99, or around £10.

Coverage of the main PPV card begins at 9.30am and can also be accessed through its iOS and Android mobile apps, Apple TV, Android TV, ROKU, Amazon Fire TV and Huawei apps.

Full fight card

Mairis Briedis vs. Jai Opetaia – IBF world cruiserweight title

Isaac Hardman vs. Beau Hartas

Dana Coolwell vs. Lorenz Ladrada

Taylah Robertson vs. Yoselin Rodriguez

Faris Chevalier vs. Conor Wallace

Joel Camilleri vs. Koen Mazoudier

David Nyika vs. Louis Marsters

Austin Aokuso vs. Laurence Titter

Miles Zalweski vs. Shiva Mishra

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