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Sam Eggington vs Przemyslaw Zysk fight details

How to watch Sam Eggington vs Przemyslaw Zysk

‘The Savage’ faces the ‘Zysk for the IBO super-welterweight strap

BBN have provided viewers with all the details needed to tune in and watch what happens on the next stop for Sam ‘The Savage’ Eggington (31-7, 18KO) in his maiden world title fight with unbeaten Pole Przemyslaw Zysk (18-0, 6KO) ) on the 176th day of the year.


The contest takes place on Saturday, June 25, 2022.


Skydome, Coventry

Rounds scheduled

12 three-minute rounds at superweight (154lbs).


The vacant IBO World super-welterweight title is on the line, last held by Erislandy Lara.


Ringwalks can be expected from 10pm.

TV Coverage

Coverage starts live on Sky Sports YouTube and Facebook channels at 5:30pm.

Then move over to Sky Sports Main Event (Sky channel 401) from 7pm-11pm.

live stream

You can watch online via the Sky Sports website here:

There is one other way that you can watch if you are not a Sky TV customer, or if you are just out and about on Saturday night by simply finding a suitable pub that is showing the event by visiting

BBN will be providing LIVE round-by-round results on fight night HERE


Tickets for this event are on sale now at starting from £40.

Undercard Highlights

There’s another title fight on the packed bill that features the likes of Adam Azim, Cori Gibbs, debutant Karriss Artingstall, as well as two BOXXER series tournament champions.

River Wilson-Bent and Tyler Denny renew their rivalry in an English middleweight title clash. These two West Midlanders battled for this same belt in 2021, but the exciting contest was stopped short in round seven due to an accidental cut to Wilson-Bent. The scorecards were called upon but the boxers couldn’t be split. 28 from Coventry, Wilson-Bent has been able to bag a brace of points wins since then but this will be 30-year-old southpaw Denny’s first fight back. Expect fireworks in this one!


Sam Eggington has lost seven times during his 10-year professional career but each time he bounces back stronger. His last defeat was to domestic rival Ted Cheeseman in a close contest during lockdown. Since that disappointment, he has reeled off three fine victories against decent caliber opponents. He added a big name to his resume when he stopped Ashley Thophane in six rounds, albeit past his best; then he defeated former world champion Carlos Molina unanimously to win the WBC Silver middleweight title; then he bested unbeaten Bilel Jkitou in a bruising, bloody battle that ended in a split decision.

His 39th opponent is the No.1 ranked super-welterweight in Poland, and is also in the top 10 pound for pound list in his country, as well as 37th in the IBO world rankings.

He made his pro debut on February 20, 2016 and took on and defeated three unbeaten prospects in his first four fights. The 30-year-old, trained by Lukasz Malinowski, spars with fellow unbeaten professional boxer Maksim Hardzeika (11-0, 4KO) and world title contender Maciej Sulecki (30-2, 11KO), so he will have great preparation for this world titlechallenge.

‘Savage Sam’ is a two-time ‘Fight of the Year’ winner thanks to his all-action fighting style, so fight fans can look forward to another crowd-pleasing performance in this next fight.

What have they said?


Tim Rickson, BBN Publisher: “Watching Sam Eggington fight is always exciting but also unbearable at the same time! He does take too much punishment, too brave for his own good from him. I will be willing him to win because not many boxers deserve a workd title in the same way he does.”

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Everything you ever need to know about Eggington-Zysk can be found HERE

betting odds

1/8 Eggington
3/1 Zysk
22/1 Draw


Check back the day before fight night for weigh-in results.

Running Order

Main Event:
Sam Eggington vs. Przemyslaw Zysk
12×3 IBO World super-welterweight title

River Wilson-Bent vs. Tyler Denny
10×3 English Middleweight Title

Adam Azim vs. TBA
8×3 Lightweight Contest

Cori Gibbs vs. Carlos Perez
6×3 Super-lightweight Contest

Dylan Cheema vs. TBA
4×3 Lightweight Contest

Rhys Edwards vs. TBA
6×3 Super Bantamweight Contest

Karriss Artingstall vs. TBA
4×2 Featherweight contest

Kaisee Benjamin vs. TBA
6×3 Super-lightweight contest

Shaka Thompson vs. TBA
6×3 Middleweight contest

Scott Forrest vs. TBA
4×3 Cruiserweight contest

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