What time is Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin? Television set channel, how to get and undercard


Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin at Thursday’s push meeting (Photo: Getty Photographs)

Anthony Joshua returns to Wembley tonight to place his 4 entire world heavyweight title belts on the line from the formidable Russian Alexander Povetkin.

Joshua (21-) is defending his IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO straps towards his fellow Olympic gold medallist Povetkin (34-1) which could demonstrate to be the sternest check of his career to day.

The bookies intensely favour the champion, but Povetkin is a seasoned veteran, only ever overwhelmed by a prime Wladimir Klitschko and with fearsome knockout electric power in his right hand.

It would be a large shock if Joshua had been to be beaten, but the gentleman identified as Sasha will be confident of producing the upset.

Joshua is the runaway favourite with the bookies (Photograph: Getty Illustrations or photos)

When is Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin?

Joshua vs Povetkin will be dwell on Saturday, 22 September with the key occasion most likely to be on close to 10.30pm.

What Television set channel is Joshua vs Povetkin on and is there a stay stream?

The struggle will be demonstrated on Sky Sports Box Place of work and will price tag £19.95.

You can order the fight below and as soon as booked you can view both on Television or online.

Povetkin shown his knockout electric power towards David Selling price in March (Image: Getty Visuals)

Joshua vs Povetkin undercard

Anthony Joshua (21-) vs Alexander Povetkin (34-1) – IBF, IBO, WBA & WBO heavyweight titles

Luke Campbell (18-2) vs Yvan Mendy (40-4-1)

Luke Campbell is on the lookout to avenge a defeat to Yvan Mendy (Picture: Getty)

Matty Askin (23-3-1) vs Lawrence Okolie (9-)

Sergey Kuzmin (12-) vs David Cost (22-5)

Shakhram Giyasov (4-) vs Julio Laguna (14-)

Chris Kongo (9-) vs Salim BenRejeb (5-6-1)

Dana Zaxo (2-) vs Toni Bilic (1-14)

John DOcherty (debut) vs TBA

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