What time will the main card, headlined by Anthony Yarde vs Artur Beterbiev, start and how can you watch the boxing event?

If Anthony Yarde can snatch victory against Artur Beterbiev this weekend, it would undoubtedly be amongst the biggest upsets in British boxing’s recent history.

Beterbiev has been a wrecking ball at Light-Heavyweight and is set to put three of his world titles on the line against Yarde; IBF, WBS, and WBO.

So, what time will the main card for Anthony Yarde vs Artur Beterbiev start, and how can boxing fans around the world watch the fights?

How to watch Yarde vs Beterbiev streaming

Anthony Yarde vs Artur Beterbiev takes place on Saturday, January 28 from the OVO Arena in Wembley.

In the UK, Yarde vs Beterbiev will be broadcast exclusively on BT Sport; the network offers a Monthly Pass for new customers for £25.

In the US, the boxing event will be livestreamed via ESPN+, which is available from $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year.

“Since I’ve started boxing I’ve not had more than one week out of the gym. Beterbiev had more than 200 amateur fights and 18 professional, but I’m going to be sharp and focused. In the light-heavyweight division, he has been nothing but a wrecking ball, knocking out every opponent so far. He’s very powerful but I feel I’m faster and, by age, I’m fresher, but in experience, I’m behind him.” – Anthony Yarde, via TalkSport.

Yarde vs Beterbiev start time explained

The main card, featuring Anthony Yarde vs Artur Beterbiev as the headliner, will start at the following international times:

  • Pacific Time – 11 AM
  • Eastern Time – 2 PM
  • British Time – 7 PM
  • European Time – 8 PM
  • Philippine Time – 3 AM

Per BT Sport, the main event between Yarde and Beterbiev is expected to start at the following international times:

  • Pacific Time – 2:30 PM
  • Eastern Time – 5:30 PM
  • British Time – 10:30 PM
  • European Time – 11:30 PM
  • Philippine Time – 6:30 AM

Boxing fans should note that the described times for the main event ringwalks are subject to change depending on the length of undercard fights; so who else features in the card?

“I said he looks like a bodybuilder because I don’t have this muscle. I don’t say that to be bad, he looks strong. If it’s a tough fight we will be ready.” – Artur Beterbiev, via TalkSport.

Who else features on the undercard?

The following fights are set to feature on the card headlined by Yarde vs Beterbiev.

  • Artem Dalakian vs David Jimenez (Flyweight)
  • Karol Itauma vs Ezequiel Osvaldo Maderna (Light-Heavyweight)
  • Moses Itauma vs Marcel Bode (Heavyweight)
  • Willy Hutchinson vs Emil Markic (Light-Heavyweight)
  • Charles Frankham vs Joshua Ocampo (Super-Featherweight)
  • Umar Khan vs Sandeep Singh Bhatti (Featherweight)
  • Tommy Fletcher vs Darryl Sharp (Cruiserweight)
  • Khalid Ali vs Ivica Gogosevic (Super Welterweight)
  • Sean Noakes vs Santiago Garces (Welterweight)
  • Joshua Frankham vs Joe Hardy (Welterweight)
  • Masoud Abdulah vs Lesther Lara (Featherweight)

Fans should note that the described fight order is subject to change.

By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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