George Groves vs Callum Smith fight time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule and venue

George Groves vs Callum Smith fight time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue and live stream details

Published On Wednesday, September 26, 2018By Tim Rickson

How to watch the George Groves vs Callum Smith fight

George Groves vs Callum Smith fight time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue and live stream details revealed below

World Boxing Super Series super-middleweights final between WBA Super world champion 'Saint' George Groves (28-3) and WBC Diamond champion Callum 'Mundo' Smith (26-0) will determine who lifts the coveted Muhammad Ali trophy.

 

Date

The bout takes place on Friday, September 28

 

Venue

It will be hosted at the King Abdullah Sports City Arena in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

 

Rounds scheduled

12 three-minute rounds at the super-middleweight limit (168lbs)

 

Titles

George Groves puts his WBA Super world super-middleweight title on the line that he won from Fedor Chudinov in May 2017 - his fourth attempt at a world title after losses to nemesis Carl Froch and Badou Jack between 2013-2015. Callum Smith offers up his WBC Diamond belt he won by defeating Erik Skoglund last September

 

Ringwalks

The 'Saint' and 'Mundo' are epected to make their ringwalks at 9pm precisely, according to promoter Kalle Sauerland

 

TV Coverage

ITV hold the rights to the World Boxing Super Series ith Coverage starting at 6pm and will cost fans £16.95 to watch through ITV Box Office although Virgin Media broadband customers pnly pay £14.95 on the pay-per-view platform

 

Live Stream

The ITV Box Office fight can be live streamed through tvplayer.com which will also cost £16.95 - this is a one-off payment that allows access to the live stream of this event on the TV Player website and apps only and does NOT allow access to this event through any alternative TV or streaming service e.g Sky Virgin TV etc. The broadcast is limited to a maximum of two streams per account.

 

Undercard Highlights

George Groves' last victim Chris Eubank Jr (26-2) tackles JJ McDonagh (16-4) in a 10-round super-middleweight contest. The 29-year-old Brighton boxer is rumoured to have already lined up a fight with IBF world super-middleweight champion James DeGale next.