Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew fight time, date, undercard and venue

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Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew fight time and where to watch it

UNDISPUTED cruiserweight world champion Oleksandr Usyk defends his world titles against Tony Bellew this Saturday (November 10) at the Manchester Arena live on Sky Sports Box Office.

Here is all you need to know about Saturday nights event-

Rounds scheduled  

12 three-minute rounds in the cruiserweight division.

TV Coverage

The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK from 6.00pm (channel 491 SD), (channel 492 HD) (NOW TV: via the Sky Sports Box Office app on Now TV Boxes and Now TV sticks) and (Virgin Media: Access the channel via the on-demand section on TiVo and V Boxes). DAZN will have live coverage in the US.

Cost
The event is priced at £19.95 for UK customers, €24.95 for Republic of Ireland customers, up until midnight, Friday, September 21.

Oleksander Usyk vs Tony Bellew fight time

Fight card – The rundown

Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew – IBF, WBO and WBA ‘super’ and WBC world cruiserweight titles

Usyk (15-0) and Bellew (30-2-1) compete in the first ever unified world title showdown on British soil. Usyk clinched the world honours after defeating Murat Gassiev in the final of the World Boxing Super Series. Bellew returns to cruiserweight for the first time since he beat BJ Flores in 2016, after ‘Bomber’ moved up to heavyweight where he defeated David Haye twice.

Anthony Crolla vs  Daud Yordan – Lightweight

Crolla (33-6-3) fights for the second time this year having beaten Edson Ramirez in March. The 31-year-old beat Scotsman Ricky Burns before that, but lost to Jorge Linares twice in 2017. Yordan (38-3) competes for the first time in Britain, with the Indonesian on an eight fight win streak last losing to Simpiwe Vetyeka in 2013 for the IBO featherweight title.

Ricky Burns vs Scott Cardle- Lightweight

Ricky Burns is a former world champion but if he is to return to the top level he can’t afford to lose to Scott Cardle. Cardle (23-2-1) was defeated by Lewis Ritson in March while challenging for the British title. Cardle since beat Michael Mooney.

Also on the card

Rising star Josh Kelly is already the Commonwealth champion and fights Walter Fabian Castillo on the card in a 10 rounder An intriguing cruiserweight clash pits Richard Riakporhe against Sam Hyde. Strong Ukrainian middleweight prospect Dmytro Mytrofanov and heavyweight David Allen are also in action.





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