Undercard of Anthony Joshua vs. Oleksandr Usyk: Full lineup and itinerary ahead of the fight
The WBA, IBF, and WBO heavyweight belts are on the line tonight when Anthony Joshua takes on the undefeated Oleksandr Usyk. But, for the pay-per-view event, who will be competing on the undercard? Lawrence Okolie and Campbell Hatton are among the fighters on the undercard for the fight.
In tonight’s pay-per-view boxing match, Anthony Joshua will face Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk. However, there is a full lineup of fights to enjoy before the main event, including some extremely well-known names.
When Joshua fights Usyk this weekend, he will face one of his toughest tests yet.
The Ukrainian has defeated Tony Bellew and Dereck Chisora in each of his last 18 fights.
Before stepping up to heavyweight, he unified the cruiserweight category and won both of his matches in the division.
After Deontay Wilder scuppered AJ’s desire to fight Tyson Fury, Usyk’s triumph has forced Joshua into a battle.
A huge heavyweight unification battle between AJ and Fury was expected to be announced earlier this year.
However, Deontay Wilder, Fury’s former opponent, was able to force a third bout with the Gypsy King.
Usyk will now face Joshua for the first time at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with AJ hoping not to make a mistake.
Joshua’s chances of facing Fury anytime soon would be pushed back if he were to lose.
However, there is a full undercard for the pay-per-view event before of the fight.
Lawrence Okolie will fight Dilan Prasovic for the WBO cruiserweight title.
In March, the unbeaten Brit overcame Krzysztof Gowacki, bringing his win total to 16.
Campbell Hatton, meanwhile, will continue his newfound career against Izan Dura.
Oleksandr Usyk vs. Anthony Joshua (Heavyweight)
Dilan Prasovic vs Lawrence Okolie (Cruiserweight)
Lenin Castillo vs. Callum Smith (Light heavyweight)
Izan Dura vs Campbell Hatton (Lightweight)
Maxim Prodan against Florian Marku (Welterweight)
Khasan Baysangurov vs. Christopher Ousley (Middleweight)
In the United Kingdom, Sky Sports Box Office will carry the fight exclusively.
The pay-per-view event will set you back £24.95, which is a little more than typical.
The event will also be streamed live on mobile, tablet, and laptop devices.
Simply order the fight through your preferred media and follow the on-screen instructions to watch it.