How to watch Joshua vs Parker on Sky Sports Box Office
The undefeated world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua takes on Joseph Parker, in a world heavyweight title unification clash, this Easter weekend.
On Saturday 31 March the New Zealander Parker tries his chances against Anthony Joshua at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. The event starts at 6pm and you’ll be able to access it on Sky Sports Box Office (Sky channel 491) and the HD version on Sky channel 492 until 1 o'clock in the morning on Sunday 1 April.
The undercard matches include David Price vs Alexander Povetkin (12 Rounds Heavyweight), Ryan Burnett vs Yonfrez Parejo (WBA 'Super' Bantamweight Title), Joe Cordina vs Andy Townend (10 Rounds Lightweight), Josh Kelly vs Carlos Molina (10 Rounds Welterweight), and Anthony Crolla vs Edson Ramirez (10 Rounds Lightweight).
It promises to be an interest fight as both competitors are undefeated, having won all of the matches they have individually fought. Joshua’s got the power, he’s taller, heavier and all of his wins have been by KO. Parker, on the other hand is younger, fought more fights and has the stamina to go more rounds in the ring.
The lead up to the fight has been heated with the fighters taking aim at each other on social media. In an interview with Sky Sports, Parker labelled Joshua “disrespectful”.
How to watch - Sky customers
If you didn’t quite get round to booking your tickets to Cardiff and fancy watching it at home you can buy it from the Sky Sports Box Office for £19.95 if you live in the UK or €24.95 for Republic of Ireland customers. These prices apply to both online and booking make through your remote control.
It’s to your best advantage that you pre-book if you’re planning on ordering it over the phone as the price goes up to £24.95/ €29.95 (ROI) between midnight on Friday 30 March until after the fight is over. To order over the phone call 03442 410888 (0818 220 225 from ROI) - there may be an extra £2 booking fee.
If you miss the live showing, there will be two repeat showings at 9am and 4pm on Sunday 1 April.
How to watch - non Sky customers
Not quite taken the plunge to become a Sky customer? No worries you can still stream the fight either on Sky's dedicated website, via the Sky Sports Box Office app or through your NOW TV box.
Initially, you’ll need to go to Sky’s Box Office website to book and pay. On the night of the fight, just sign in either on the website or the app and you’re ready to go.
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