Joe Joyce and Josh Parker will headline a BT Sports PPV event on September 24, 2022, at AO Arena in Manchester, UK.
Joyce vs Parker clash is for the interim WBO Heavyweight title as Joyce is ranked at #1 and Parker is ranked at #2 in WBO rankings. The winner is likely to be declared the mandatory WBO challenger to face Oleksandr Usyk at a later date. Expect fireworks as two heavy-hitting boxers collide in Manchester.
Joyce returned to action two months back with a knockout over Christian Hammer to maintain his undefeated record. This was his fourth knockout in a row since the start of 2020 which include wins over Carlos Takam, Daniel Dubois, and Michael Wallisch. Parker is coming off two wins over Derek Chisora in 2021.
The co-main event of the PPV will feature a women’s featherweight title unification bout as Amanda Serrano puts her WBC and WBO titles on the line in order to compete for Sarah Mahfoud’s IBF title. This bout was earlier scheduled for Paul vs Rehman event, which ended up getting canceled. Italy’s undefeated super featherweight Michael Magnesi faces Anthony Cacace further down on the undercard for the IBO title.
Check below for the complete details on Joe Joyce vs Joseph Parker event with the undercard, start time, online streaming link, PPV, and more details.
- Date: Sept 24, 2022
- Start Time: Main Card- 1:00 p.m. ET
- Location: AO Arena, Manchester, UK
PPV & Streaming Details
Joyce vs Parker is a PPV event in UK & Ireland and will be available through BT Sports PPV only.
In the United States, the event will be streaming on ESPN+ from 2 PM ET onwards. Check the below link to access the event on ESPN+.
In other countries, Fite TV might present the event, but there is no information on that front yet. We will update the information when it becomes available.
- Joe Joyce vs Joseph Parker – 12 rounds heavyweight bout for WBC Silver, WBO International and WBO Inter-Continental Championships
- Amanda Serrano vs Sarah Mahfoud – 10 rounds featherweight bout for Serrano’s WBC & WBO and Mahfoud’s IBF Championships
- Michael Magnesi vs Anthony Cacace – 12 round bout for IBO Super Featherweight title
- Ekow Essuman vs Samuel Antwi – 12 rounds welterweight bout for BBBofC British, IBF European & Commonwealth Championships
- Nathan Heaney vs Jack Flatley – 10 rounds bout for IBO International Middleweight Championship
- Raven Chapman vs Jorgelina Guanini – 10 rounds bout for WBC International Featherweight Championship
- Mark Heffron vs Martin Bulacio – 8 rounds Super Middleweight bout
- James Heneghan vs Rod Douglas Jr. – 6 rounds Middleweight bout
- Callum Thompson vs Delmar Thomas – 4 rounds Lightweight bout
- Amaar Akbar vs Karlo Wallace – 4 rounds Super Lightweight bout
- Tommy Fletcher vs Toni Visic – 4 rounds Cruiserweight bout