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Joshua v Molina: How to order the big fight online

Tonight, we’ll see Britain’s Anthony Joshua go up against the USA’s Eric Molina – and we’ve got all the details on how to watch the fight right here.

Joshua, who has remained unbeaten in all 17 of his professional fights, will be defending his IBF world heavyweight title against Molina, who has been defeated just three times in 28 fights.

Live coverage of the entire event begins at 17:30 (GMT) in UK time on Saturday, December 10. However, the Joshua vs Molina bout probably won’t begin until around 22:30 (GMT) UK time – although that’s subject to change depending on how long the previous fights last.

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to watch the fight for free, but it will be available to watch for Sky subscribers, NOW TV users, or anyone with a PC.

To watch the fight, head over to the Sky Sports Box Office, where you can purchase the entire night’s coverage for a one-off payment of £16.95.

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And don’t forget that if you’re a fully-fledged Sky customer, you’ll be able to record the fight using your Sky+ box, which means you can watch the footage back later if you’re not keen on staying up too late.

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