Anthony Joshua will defend his IBF world heavyweight title against Eric Molina at the Manchester Arena this evening.
The unbeaten 27-year-old will make the second defence of his IBF title against Molina, who stopped former world champion Tomasz Adamek in his last fight in April.
Joshua is preparing for a new opponent after plans for a world title fight with Wladimir Klitschko were pushed back to next year, and is full of respect for Molina after the 34-year-old hurt Deontay Wilder in a dramatic defeat to the WBC champion last year.
The match, and the undercard, including: Dillian Whyte v Dereck Chisora, Callum Smith v Luke Blackledge and Luis Concepcion v Kal Yafai, will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office.
The night’s action will also be streamed live on PC and Now TV for non-Sky subscriber.
The event is priced at £16.95 for viewers in the UK and €21.95 for customers in Ireland.
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