Anthony Joshua’s fight against Kubrat Pulev will start no earlier than 9.15am AEDT on Sunday morning.
The undercard at Wembley Stadium began around 6am. You can find details on how to watch the action here.
Hughie Fury’s fight against Marius Wach and then Lawrence Okolie’s battle with Nikodem Jezewski are the two bouts just before Joshua faces Pulev.
Joshua warned Pulev he faces “the real one” in the world heavyweight title bout in London as the pair almost came to blows at the weigh-in.
Former Olympic champion Joshua defends his IBF, WBA and WBO belts at Wembley Arena against the veteran Bulgarian in front of 1,000 fans due to coronavirus restrictions.
The two men have been scheduled to fight twice before but both times the bout was postponed — in 2017 Pulev was injured and COVID-19 put paid to a planned fight in June.
But the 39-year-old, nicknamed “The Cobra”, boasts an impressive 28-1 record — his only defeat came in a world title fight against Wladimir Klitschko in 2014.
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