Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall fight: Live stream, start time, how to watch boxing

Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall fight Live stream, start time, how to watch boxing

Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall fight Live

There’s a WBO boxing title on the line Friday night as Josh Taylor takes on Jack Catterall at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland. Saturday’s bouts will feature Taylor, the Junior welterweight undisputed champion, against Catterall, the WBO mandatory challenger.

Fans looking to catch the fight won’t find it on normal TV channels. Instead, the fight will be broadcast exclusively via ESPN+ in the United States.

How to watch the Josh Taylor vs. Jack Catterall fight

Start time: Saturday’s action will start at 2 p.m. EST for fans in the United States, with the Taylor vs. Catterall fight expected to begin approximately after 5:15 p.m. EST.

TV channel: Saturday’s event will not be on conventional TV channels in the United States. Instead, fans can watch the fight via ESPN+, using the ESPN app on smart TVs and streaming devices.

Live stream options: ESPN+ – Saturday’s fight will be available to watch exclusively via ESPN+ in the United States.

More boxing coverage via the Associated Press

LONDON (AP) — Tyson Fury’s world heavyweight title defense against Dillian Whyte will take place on April 23, the WBC champion said Tuesday while announcing a social-media blackout until after the all-British fight.

Details of the fight haven’t been announced by either boxer’s promoter.

However, Fury took to Twitter to reveal the date of the bout, hours after saying Whyte had signed a contract.

Accompanying the announcement by Fury was a video in which he said he was “out of bounds until May.”

“Gonna go into training camp to give Dillian Whyte all the respect in the world that he needs,” Fury said. “I’ll never underestimate anybody in my life, and I’ll give this man all the respect he deserves.”

The fight is set to be held in Britain.

Fury (31-0-1, 22 knockouts) hasn’t fought since his dramatic 11th-round knockout of Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas in October, which completed their entertaining trilogy.

After months of drawn-out negotiations, Frank Warren, Fury’s U.K. promoter, won a purse bid for the bout at just over $41 million. That’s the richest purse bid in boxing history.

Whyte is the mandatory challenger for Fury’s belt and is getting his first world title shot.

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