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Joshua v Breazeale: How to order the big fight online

Anthony Joshua is preparing to defend his IBF world heavyweight title at the O2 Arena in London tonight, and we’ve got all the info you need on how to catch the action.

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Joshua is going up against the unbeaten American Dominic Breazeale, in what is sure to be a memorable fight.

Unfortunately, if you want to see who comes out on top live you’ll either need tickets to the O2, or pay to watch the match through Sky’s Box Office service.

Getting tickets is pretty much out of the question at this point, but luckily Sky has made things pretty easy for those who want to order online.

Firstly, it’s worth noting if you’re a Sky customer that it’s best to book using your Sky remote as you’ll be able to record the event using Sky+ that way.

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But, if you want to order the fight online, just go to Sky’s ordering page and click ‘Proceed to Booking’. You’ll then be asked to enter your Sky iD and confirm the order.

Unfortunately, the Sky Go service, which allows you to watch Sky online, doesn’t include Box Office orders. So if you don’t have a Skybox and a TV, you’re probably better off heading down the pub.

In the states, Showtime has the rights to fight, so you’ll need to sign up for a Showtime account if you want to catch the action.

If you do live stateside, you’ll find that Showtime offers a lot more ways to watch, including Amazon, Roku, and Android apps – so you can actually watch the fight online, unlike us poor Brits.

The main event is scheduled to start at 10pm BST, but coverage on Sky starts at 7pm, and 5.15pm ET/2.15pm PT on Showtime.

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