How to watch the Joshua vs Parker fight: TV channel and live stream details

Anthony Joshua’s 2018 fight schedule starts with a heavyweight bout against Joseph Parker on March 31


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The IBF WBA and IBO title holder will face his Kiwi opponent in the Principality Stadium in Cardiff in front of a sold-out crowd

But thousands more will be watching on the television as they tune in to the latest chapter in Joshua’s blossoming career

Here is how you can ensure you do not miss a moment of the action in March

What TV channel will it be on?
The fight is being shown on Sky Box Office in the UK which is on channel 491 for standard definition and channel 492 for high definition

How much will it cost to watch?
The cost has not yet been revealed but could be up to £1995 based on previous fights

How to watch the fight in the UK?
The fight will be available to order from March 19

How can I live stream the fight?
With Sky Sports Box Office you can watch the fights live via your PCDesktopMAC NOW TV box iPhone iPad Android phone or Android tablet

It’s simple to sign up pay and watch – create an account and pay at

What have the fighters been saying?
Joseph Parker:

“He’s rattled Where he got that word from where he got that idea from I just don’t know It was nothing about demonising him We just stated the truth about him He’s been knocked down a ton of times in sparring

“My team came up with the strategy of trying to lock in the deal after he had said that he wants to win all the belts That was it”

Anthony Joshua (on his win over Carlos Takam last year):

“It’s the first time I’ve been head-butted in or out of the ring – for all those who’ve been head-butted I respect you because I know what it’s like now – and it’s not nice

“[But] it was a calculated performance due to the anticipation of what’s happening in 2018”


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