What boxing is on TV this week? How to watch fights including Edwards v Moreno, Price v Ali, Smith v Eggington

Your full guide to boxing on TV this week including the biggest televised fights from around the world

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There are plenty of reasons to be excited about boxing in 2019 with some of the world’s hottest names gearing up for major fights.


Anthony Joshua will be stepping into the ring with Jarrell Miller last this year while there are plenty of terrific fights to be aired every week.

The UK boxing scene has plenty of talented stars capable of lighting up arenas across the country.

Sky Sports and BT Sport have picked up the rights to many big nights of boxing – but what do they have to offer this week?

RadioTimes.com has rounded up the full boxing schedule for this week including how you can watch the action live from home.

What boxing is on TV this week?

Saturday 23rd March

Copper Box Arena, London

Coverage starts at 7:00pm on Sky Sports Action and NOW TV

Charlie Edwards v Angel Moreno (WBC Flyweight Title)

Joshua Buatsi v Liam Conroy (Vacant British Light-Heavyweight Title)

Lawrence Okolie v Wadi Camacho (British and Commonwealth Cruiserweight Titles)

Leicester Arena, Leicester

Coverage starts at 7:45pm on BT Sport 1

Sam Bowen v Jordan McCorry (British Super Featherweight Title)

Saturday 30th March

M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool

Coverage starts at 7:00pm on Sky Sports Action and NOW TV

Liam Smith v Sam Eggington (Super Welterweight)

Joe Hughes v Robbie Davies Jr (British and European Super-Lightweight Title)

Anthony Fowler v Scott Fitzgerald (Super Welterweight)

David Price v Kash Ali (Heavyweight)

Major fights coming up in 2019

12th April: Vasiliy Lomachenko v Anthony Crolla (WBA, WBO lightweight titles)

13th April: Billy Joe Saunders v Shefat Isufi (WBO world super middleweight title)

20th April: Amir Khan v Terence Crawford (WBO world welterweight title)

20th April: Derek Chisora v Senad Gashi

20th April: Dave Allen v Lucas Browne

4th May: Saul Alvarez v Daniel Jacobs (WBC, WBA Super, IBF world middleweight titles)

1st June: Anthony Joshua v Jarrell Miller (WBA Super, WBO, IBF world heavyweight titles)

How to watch boxing on TV and online in the UK?

The majority of major boxing events will be broadcast live on Sky Sports or BT Sport – with some fights designated for Pay Per View (PPV).

Sky Sports subscribers can catch fights on Sky Sports Action or stream bouts via the SkyGo app.

If you don’t have Sky, you can watch non-PPV fights through NOW TV. You can get a Sky Sports day pass for £8.99, a week pass for £14.99 or a month pass for £33.99, all without needing a contract. NOW TV can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles.

For BT Sport bouts, there are multiple ways to sign up. If you’re already a BT Broadband customer, you can add it to your existing contract for an additional £6.00 per month. For new customers, broadband and BT TV packages start at £35.99 per month.


If you don’t have or want BT broadband, you can add BT Sport to existing broadband or TV services including Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin.