Callum Smith is set for a date with destiny as he aims to clinch a trio of light-heavyweight belts this weekend.


Smith is ready to challenge unified champion Artur Beterbiev in Canada in one of the biggest fights of his career.

The Liverpool-born fighter has won 29 of his 30 professional fights so far, losing only to megastar Canelo Alvarez in 2020.

Beterbiev boasts a 19-0 undefeated record but arguably hasn't faced anyone of Smith's calibre, which suggests a terrific fight in store for those brave enough to stay up late enough – or wake up early enough – to tune in. rounds up everything you need to know about the timings for the Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith fight.

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When is Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith?

Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith will take place on Saturday 13th January 2024 in local time, but British fans must wait until the early hours of Sunday 14th January to tune in.

You can watch the fight live on Sky Sports Arena and Main Event from 1am.

Sky Sports customers can live stream the fight via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices including most smartphones and tablets as part of their subscription.

You can also watch the event via NOW without signing up to a contract.

What time is Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith?

The Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith card begins at 1am UK time in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The headline fight will take place several hours later. Beterbiev v Smith is the last fight of the night.

Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith ring walk time

Artur Beterbiev and Callum Smith are expected to make their way to the ring around 4am UK time.

The time depends on the undercard. The fight time is subject to change depending on how the previous fights develop, so keep an eye on the action on the day. Everything could shift at short notice on the night.

Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith undercard

Below is the confirmed undercard information for the Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith fight.

  • Artur Beterbiev v Callum Smith – IBF, WBC and WBO world light heavyweight titles
  • Jason Moloney v Saul Sanchez – WBO bantamweight title
  • Christian Mbilli v Rohan Murdock
  • Imam Khataev v Rodolfo Gomez Jr
  • Christopher Guerrero v Sergio Garcia Herrera
  • Mehmet Unal v Dragan Lepei
  • Leila Beaudoin v Elizabeth Chavez Espinoza
  • Moreno Fendero v Victor Hugo Flores
  • Wilkens Mathieu v TBA

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