Boxing Tonight: TV Channels, Live Streams, Start Times & Fight Cards



Joseph Parker takes on Derek Chisora ​​tonight in Manchester as YouTube star Jake Paul steps into the ring again with Tyron Woodley in Florida

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Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley weigh in and clash for the last time

Two revenges will have boxing fans on the edge of their seats tonight as Joseph Parker fights Derek Chisora ​​in Manchester while Jake Paul takes on Tyron Woodley in Florida.

Chisora ​​punched the judge in his first fight against Parker in May after the New Zealander won a split decision on the night.

“War” promised he knew all the tricks Parker had up his sleeves for their revenge and promised not to rely on the judge’s scoreboards anymore.

Across the Atlantic, Paul faces former UFC Champion Woodley on two weeks’ notice following the withdrawal of his original opponent Tommy Fury.

Paul is seeking his fifth victory as a professional boxer while Woodley is 0-1 following his split decision loss to Paul in August.

And here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s fights …

Joseph Parker vs. Derek Chisora ​​2

At what time will the fighting start?

Parker vs Chisora ​​2 takes place this Saturday, December 18 at the AO Arena in Manchester.

The main card will start at 7 p.m. with the main event scheduled to start around 10 p.m., depending on how the sub-card outcome plays out.

How to Watch Via TV and Live Stream

The event will be broadcast live on DAZN, with the main broadcast starting at 7 p.m. ET.

A DAZN subscription costs £ 7.99 per month and you can buy one here.

You can watch DAZN on multiple devices including laptop, smart TV, and through the mobile app.






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Complete fight card

Joseph Parker vs. Derek Chisora

Carlos Gongora vs. Lerrone Richards

Zelfa Barrett vs. Bruno Tarimo

Jordan Thompson vs. Clément Oppeno

David Nyika vs. Anthony Carpin

Alen Babic vs. TBA

Chances

Joseph Parker – 4/11

Derek Chisora ​​- 11/5

Draw – 16/1

The Quotes Corner

Parker : “Derek is a badass, he comes forward and squeezes. He bites his mouthguard and throws the kitchen sink down.

“I know we didn’t have the longest camp last time, but we have a much longer camp this time around and there are no excuses.”

Chisora : “We know exactly what Joseph is going to try to do. He’s going to try to come in the last laps and push his power and speed.

“You’re going to see so many changes, we’re going to stop to be honest with you. I know most people are wondering why I mentioned the referees, that’s just one of those things.”

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley 2

At what time will the fighting start?

Paul vs Woodley 2 takes place at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

The fight card will start at 12:30 a.m. Sunday morning.

The marches in the ring for the main event will likely start around 3:30 a.m., with the fight starting around 4 a.m.

How to Watch Via TV and Live Stream

The event was supposed to be broadcast on BT Sport before Fury’s retirement, but will now be broadcast on FITE TV.

You can order the pay-per-view for £ 18 and enjoy the event via mobile, smart TV and other streaming devices.







Jake Paul confronts Tyron Woodley
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Complete fight card

Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley

Amanda Serrano vs. Miriam Gutierrez

Deron Williams vs. Frank Gore

Liam Paro vs. Yomar Alamo

J’Leon Love vs. Marcus Oliveira

Anthony Taylor vs. Chris Avila

Jeovanny Estela vs. Chris Rollins

Chances

Jake Paul – 4/9

Tyron Woodley – 2/1

Draw – 12/1

The Quotes Corner

Paul : “There’s a lot of pressure on my shoulder from how many haters I have, how many people they want me to lose.

“A win propels me further in this game and I can do that for the next 10 years. He’s coming to the end of a career, he’s obviously still an amazing fighter.

“I’m just getting started so an early loss is never something you want. That’s why I feel like the pressure is more on my shoulders.”

Woodley : “I think the first time around I didn’t know much about Jake in the ring, nobody knew because he didn’t have many rounds.

“Sparring is one thing, fighting is another. He fought two rounds at most before, so I went out there and had to be ready for anything.

“Now I have eight rounds of me against him. So I can watch what I did well, I can watch what he did well. Both guys were punched and fought the eight. rounds. “

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