Dillian Whyte vs Joseph Parker

Dillian Whyte vs Joseph Parker fight time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule and venue

Published On Wednesday, July 25, 2018By Tim Rickson

How to watch the Dillian Whyte vs Joseph Parker heavyweight title clash

Headliners Dillian Whyte (23-1) and Joseph Parker (24-1) meet in a tasty heavyweight clash that will see the winner move on to world title contention next.

The Brixton ‘Body-Snatcher’ destroyed Aussie Lucas Browne with a devastating sixth round KO last March to defend the WBC Silver title and number one ranking he’d landed by beating Robert Helenius in Cardiff in October last year.

Kiwi Parker is back in the UK after fighting in the Welsh capital in an historic unification battle with Anthony Joshua in March, with Whyte’s old foe handing a first career defeat for the New Zealand star on points. Parker lost to AJ just four months back but it was way back in 2015 when Whyte fell to his old amateur rival in the seventh.

BBN provide you with all the details you need if you plan on watching the stacked PPV event:


The bout takes place on Saturday July 28


The O2 Arena in London

Rounds scheduled

12 three-minute rounds at the heavyweight limit


Dillian Whyte puts up his WBC Silver strap and there's also the vacant WBO International heavyweight title up for grabs, which was recently vacated by Anthony Joshua's next opponent Alexander Povetkin


Whyte and Parker are expected to make their ring walks at approximately 10pm

TV Coverage

Sky Sports Box Office have the exclusive rights to the fight in the UK and TV coverage starts at 6:00pm and will cost £19.95.

Even if you are not a Sky TV subscriber you can still book and watch: You can watch all the fights live via your PC/Desktop/Mac, NOW TV Box or Smart Stick, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet and it is simple to sign up to watch the summer sizzler.

First of all, create an account and pay at www.skysports.com/boxofficelive. Once paid, you can then select which online device you want to watch the fight on by using the same login details you created at sign up (i.e e-mail address and password).

There is one other way that you can watch if you are not a Sky TV customer, or if you are just out and about on Saturday night by simply finding a suitable pub that is showing the event by visiting pubfinder.sky.com

Undercard highlights

The latest addition to the card that has seen a few cancellations in the lead-up is the tantalising British title eliminator between unbeaten heavyweight Nick Webb (12-0) and Twitter legend Dave Allen (13-4-2).

It's the 'Lion' versus the 'White Rhino' in a fight that will mark a significant step up in levels for Webb, 30 from Chertsey, and a last roll of the dice for Doncaster’s David Allen.

The pair have been trading verbal blows over social media for a while and are bound to set the Greenwich Peninsula alight in what is expected to be an all-action, explosive heavyweight clash that is unlikely to go the distance due to their exciting clash of styles – Allen wears his heart on his sleeve and likes to tread forwards and Webb is a devastating puncher brimming with confidence. The winner will meet British heavyweight titleholder Hughie Fury next.

Predictions for Nick Webb v Dave Allen

There’s even more heavyweight action with former World title challengers Dereck Chisora (28-8) and Carlos Takam (35-4-1) meeting in a must-win match up that will keep the world title hopes alive for the victor.

Joshua Buatsi (6-0) steps up in his first ten-rounder against former British light-heavyweight title challenger Ricky Summers (15-1) when they clash for the WBC International light-heavyweight crown in just the 25-year-old’s seventh pro fight since joining the paid ranks last July.

Katie Taylor (9-0) defends her WBA and IBF world lightweight titles against Kimberly Connor (13-3-2).

Conor Benn (12-0) and Cedric Peynaud (6-5-3) rematch after their fight of the year brawl in 2017 with a title on the line this time - the vacant WBA Continental welterweight championship

Liverpool’s Anthony Fowler (6-0) tackles Craig O’Brien (8-0) in an eight-round super-welterweight contest.


Tickets are limited but still available from axs.com

Running Order

Dillian Whyte VS Joseph Parker
12 x 3 mins Heavyweight contest

Chief Support:
Katie Taylor VS Kimberly Connor
10 x 2 mins WBA & IBF World Lightweight Championship

Dereck Chisora VS Carlos Takam
12 x 3 mins Heavyweight contest

Joshua Buatsi VS Andrejs Pokumeiko
10 x 3 mins vacant WBA International Light-Heavyweight Championship

Conor Benn VS Cedric Peynaud
10 x 3 mins vacant WBA Continental Welterweight Championship

Frank Buglioni VS Emmanuel Feuzeu
8 x 3 mins Light-Heavyweight contest

Anthony Fowler VS Craig O'Brien
8 x 3 mins Super-Welterweight contest

Richard Riakporhe VS Elvis Dube
4 x 3 mins Cruiserweight contest

Charlie Duffield VS Reinis Porozovs
4 x 3 mins Light-Heavyweight contest

Nick Webb VS Dave Allen
10 x 3 mins British Heavyweight Title Eliminator