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Boxing tonight: TV channels, live streams, start times and fight cards

There is two stacked cards for boxing fans to enjoy tonight, with Joe Cordina challenging for a world title against Kenichi Ogawa in Wales, before George Kambosos and Devin Haney meet for all the marbles at lightweight in Australia

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Lou DiBella reacts to George Kambosos beating Teofimo Lopez

Boxing fans will have a feast of action tonight with cards on domestic shores before attention turns to Australia.

Joe Cordina will first challenge for world super-featherweight glory against Kenichi Ogawa in front of a raucous crowd at the Motorpoint Arena in Wales. The Welsh star will be looking to retain his undefeated record and make a winning return in his first fight since last year.

In the early hours of Sunday morning, George Kambosos Jr will look to become undisputed champion when he takes on Devin Haney for all the marbles at the Marvel Stadium in Australia. The Australian became king with a shock victory over Teofimo Lopez last year and will look to continue his mean streak on home turf.

Here is all you need to know ahead of tonight’s double bill of world-title action…

Kenichi Ogawa vs. Joe Cordina

When will the fights start?

The event will take place on Saturday June 4 at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, Wales.

Action will get underway at 7pm with the undercard fights getting underway. The main event ring walks between Ogawa and Cordina are expected to take place at around 10pm.

The headline act will likely get underway shortly after at 10:15pm but this will depend on the duration of the full fight card.

How to watch via TV and live stream

The event will be shown live on DAZN, with the main broadcast starting at 7pm.

A subscription to DAZN costs £7.99 a month and you can purchase one here.

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

under card

Kenichi Ogawa vs. Joe Cordina: IBF world super featherweight title

Zelfa Barrett vs. Faroukh Kourbanov

Dalton Smith vs. Mauro Perouene

Skye Nicolson vs. Gabriela Bouvier

Gamal Yafai vs. Sean Cairns


Ogawa 8/11

Cord 4/7

Draw 16/1

Devin Haney vs. George Kambosos

When will the fights start?

The event will be held in the early hours of Sunday June 5 in the UK at the Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, Australia.

Action will get underway from the main card at 2am in the UK on Sunday morning, with the main event ring walks expected to take place at around 4am in the UK.

Lightweight action between Kambosos Jr and Haney will likely commence at around 4:15am depending on the duration of the bouts prior to the headline act.

How to watch via TV and live stream

Viewers can watch the action exclusively broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena as part of a standard sports subscription with the action getting underway from 2am.

You can live stream the action from the Sky Go or NOW TV apps, on a range of devices including mobile, laptop and tablet.

under card

George Kambosos Jr. vs. Devin Haney: WBO, WBA, IBF, WBC and Ring Magazine lightweight belts

Jason Maloney vs. aston palicte

Junior Fa vs. Lucas Browne;

Hemi Ahio vs. Christian Ndzie

David Nyika vs. Karim Maatalla

Which fights are you most excited for tonight? Let us know in the comments section below


Kambosos Jr 10/13

Haney 4/7

Draw 16/1

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Kambosos Jr: “I became more obsessed. I became champion and realized I loved this sport more than anything in the world. I’m very blessed to be here. I made this happen. If it wasn’t for me, this wouldn’t be happening Today here, and bring it on. It’s great to be back home. Five years of hard work. Everyone knows the story. I had to go through every bit of adversity.

“I had to earn my belts, earned them the hardest way. Not like this guy. He got given a present. I earned mine. I took the best out. It is great to be back home, great to have the support. I I know that stadium will be buzzing with my support, but I just love to fight. Me and him in there, in that ring. It’s a great moment for Australian boxing, and I am very excited.”

Haney: “This means everything. It’s a dream come true of mine since I was a young kid. This is the biggest achievement of boxing. I can’t wait for June 5 to come. There’s nothing he can do in the ring that’s better than me , and I will show it on fight night. I take nothing away from him. I think that he’s a good fighter, but I just think I’m on a whole different level.”

“The government would not have put up the money if it wasn’t against me. Me or Loma. And then Loma couldn’t fight, so then you had to pick me. This fight feels different for me. It’s something that I can really get up for. I just can’t wait.”

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