ITV will broadcast live Boxing on pay-per-view this Friday as the first Super Middleweight Final in the World Boxing Super Series takes place.
The event, staged at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, sees George Groves against fellow Briton Callum Smith in what promises to be an explosive encounter.
Both the WBA Super World Title and WBC Diamond Belt are on the line, alongside the Muhammed Ali trophy.
ITV Box Office is available on pay-per-view for Sky [Sky HD and Q] and Virgin V6 & TiVo viewers, as well as on TVPlayer across a range of devices including online, mobile, Xbox, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and EE TV.
Viewers will also be able to access Groves v Smith via PlayStation Store on the PlayStation 4 and selected Vue Cinemas.
Sky TV customers will only be able to buy the fight on their remote if they have already purchased a previous event through ITV Box Office. Otherwise an account will need to be set up online through itvboxoffice.com.
Virgin Tivo or Virgin TV V6 box viewers can order the event by pressing Home or On-Demand on the remote control and going to “On Demand” and then “Live Events” then press the red button.
Customers will then need to choose the event, select “OK” and follow the on-screen instructions.
The event is priced at £16.95. Coverage starts at 6.00pm
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