Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk- How to Watch PPV & Live Streaming

Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usky Boxing PPV

Anthony Joshua will defend the WBA(Super), WBF, IBO and WBO Heavyweight Titles against Oleksandr Usyk. The fight will take place on 25 September 2021 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, UK.

Joshua is back on a hot streak by winning the title back from Andy Ruiz Jr. and then dispatching Kubrat Pulev comfortably. But, he will be up against an undefeated boxer in the form of Oleksandr Usyk and former four-belt Cruiserweight Champion. Usyk is also coming with two big wins since moving to the heavyweight division. You can gauge the interest level for this fight by the fact that the pair has already sold out the 60,000 capacity stadium.

Read on to find from where you can buy Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk Boxing PPV, how to watch or stream the event online in various countries.

United Kingdom and Ireland

The undercard for Joshua vs Usyk fight will be available to watch for free in UK via a few mediums. For online streaming, Sky Sports Boxing Youtube channel, and Sky Sports Mix will air undercard for free. On cable TV, you can watch the undercard for free if you have Sky Sports Action/Arena, Sky Sports Main Event, or Sky One available on your pack.

For the main event match between Joshua and Usyk, you will need to purchase PPV via Sky Sports Box Office, either via cable TV or via its website. You can check here to buy the PPV. It is priced at £24.99.

United States, Canada, Australia + 167 Countries

DAZN has purchased the exclusive rights to broadcast the fight in 170 different countries including United States, Canada, Australia and others. Fans in these countries will require a monthly subscription to DAZN to watch or stream the fight online.

In the United States, the monthly subscription cost for DAZN is $19.99, while its annual subscription costs $99.99. The rates will vary for other countries. Check this link to sign-up for DAZN.

Why to Buy This Fight?

Anthony Joshua is a red hot champion, but he is getting a big challenge from a former undisputed champion and an undefeated boxer in Oleksandr Usyk. Joshua is not only putting his titles on the line but also jeopardizing one of the biggest fights in heavyweight boxing history against Tyson Fury.

As mentioned above, Usyk remains undefeated even after making his transition to the heavyweight division and will do everything to protect his undefeated record. He is considered a better boxer by many if we go by pound-for-pound rankings by the Ring, ESPN, BWAA and TRRB.

If that is not all, you can also take a look at the undercard to increase your intrigue. WBO World Cruiserweight Title, IBF International Welterweight title and WBA Intercontinental Middleweight title will be on the line in three different fights on the undercard.

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