Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker live stream: Pay-per-view info, TV channel and how to watch huge night in Manchester

Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker headlines a huge night of boxing this weekend.

As well as the heavyweight clash, Katie Taylor, Chris Eubank Jr and Campbell Hatton will also be in action as well as a title bout between Dmitry Bivol and Craig Richards.

Joseph Parker will face Derek Chisora in the headline bout to a huge night of boxing this weekend
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Promoter Eddie Hearn has claimed it will be ‘the best card I’ve ever put on’ as a blockbuster summer of boxing action gets off with a bang.

It will be a pay-per-view event in the UK and here’s how you can follow the excitement.

Chisora v Parker: How to watch

  • The 12-round heavyweight bout will take place on Saturday, May 1 and is taking place at the Manchester Arena.
  • The main event fighters are expected to make their ring walks no earlier than 10pm
  • Katie Taylor v Natasha Jonas is the co-main event and should start from 9pm
  • The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office with their broadcast starting from 6pm
  • It will cost £19.95, with the full undercard and main event shown
  • You can also live stream HERE for the same price on your computer, mobile and tablet devices.
  • Sky Sports Box Office is also available on BT TV – tune to channel 496 or by searching for the event in the BT Player
Katie Taylor takes on Natasha Jonas in Manchester this weekend
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Chisora v Parker: On talkSPORT will be running a live blog for all the latest news, round-by-round updates and reaction to the night’s action.

We will also bring you all the build-up from Manchester throughout the week for the best pre and post-fight coverage.

talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 will have updates throughout the weekend as well.

Chisora v Parker: Undercard

Subject to change

  • MAIN EVENT: Derek Chisora v Joseph Parker
  • Katie Taylor v Natasha Jonas – for WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring female lightweight title
  • Dmitry Bivol v Craig Richards – for WBA (Super) light-heavyweight title
  • James Tennyson v Jovanni Straffon – for vacant IBO lightweight title
  • Chris Eubank Jr v Marcus Morrison
  • Campbell Hatton v TBA
  • Scott Fitzgerald v TBA
Campbell Hatton is set to be in action again
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Chisora v Parker: What has been said?

Promoter Eddie Hearn said: “I think it’s the best card I’ve ever put on. I do say that nearly every week but I’m looking at it here.

“Every fight on the card could be a Saturday night fight night headliner.”

He added to iFLTV: “Why is Parker – Chisora box office? I tell you what. Add up the purses for Chisora, Parker, Taylor, for Jonas, for Eubank, for Morrison, for Dimitry Bivol, for Craig Richards, for James Tennyson, for Campbell Hatton, and put in the fact that there are no crowds, this is an unbelievable card on Saturday night.

“If you don’t think you’re getting value or money, you’re not out shopping. You’re out shoplifting.”