BBN have provided all the details you need to tune in and watch 'King' Arthur (18-1, 12KOs) take on unbeaten Italian Davide Faraci (15-0, 7KOs) on the 191st day of the year.
Everything you need to know below:
Saturday, July 10, which is the same day in history that the Battle of Britain begun as Nazi forces attack the English Channel in 1940.
It takes place at the historic Royal Albert Hall, where the likes of Muhammad Ali and British greats such as Lennox Lewis, Prince Naseem, and Frank Bruno have founght. Even the infamous Kray Twins have appeared here!
10 three-minute championship rounds at light-heavyweight (175lbs).
'King' Arthur's WBO Inter-Continental light-heavyweight title is on the line. Still the Commonwealth champion, Arthur won this WBO ranking title against Anthony Yarde in his last fight, who previously held the belt from 2017-2019, making five successful defences before vacating to challenge for the WBO world title.
UK fight fans can expect the main event fighters to make their ringwalks any time around 10pm (GMT), but boxing events are often subject to delays.
TV coverage begins at 7pm and goes right up to midnight - that's five hours of action!
The event will stream live and exclusively on BT Sport 1 - £25 per month subscripton fees.
You can live stream the Queensberry Promotions event online via BT Sport website or BT Sport app - available to download for free on iOS and Android phones and tablets.
BBN will be providing LIVE updates on the night, right HERE
There's two other WBO championship contests as South Londoner Archie Sharp (19-0, 9KOs) takes on 30-year-old stand-in opponent Diego Andrade Chavez (13-4-2, 1KO) for the WBO Global super-featherweight championship; and Derbyshire's Zach Parker defends his WBO International super-middleweight belt for the first time to Sherzod Khusanov (22-2-1, 10KOs).
There will be a socially distanced audience in attendance in accordance with current government guidelines. You can purchase tickets HERE
Everything you ever need to know about Arthur-Faraci HERE
Lyndon Arthur: “It’s a world title for Faraci and any of these guys who want to face me because they want my number one ranking. There is no pressure now that I am number one in the WBO rankings.
“The goal has always been the same, whether I am ranked number 10 or number one. The goal has always been to win a world title.
“Faraci has got a decent record, to be fair. He has beaten some undefeated kids and a few had winning records. He is coming to win and doesn’t know how to lose. I have to show him how to lose so I am excited for the fight.”
Manchester's Lyndon Arthur bettered his bitter rival Anthony Yarde in their December fight, by utilising his superb jab and intelligent range to pepper 'The Beast' all fight long to gain scores of 115-114 from two of the ringside judges.
The 30-year-old is unbeaten in 18 contests and is currently part of a thriving domestic scene that includes Olympian Joshua Buatsi and world title contenders Callum Johnson; Craig Richards; and former victim, Yarde.
Swiss-born Faraci, 29 from Lazio, is a former Italian light-heavyweight champion, unbeaten in 15 bouts. Managed by Toni Barbera, he is currently ranked as the best 175-pounder in Italy.
Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: “Lyndon Arthur is intelligent, patient and precise. He will do what he does best and stay disciplined by a brilliant jab and eventually score a knockdown, which will bring about the end of the contest. Faraci has been decked before, so I do think Arthur will be able to floor him, then finish him soon after. All 12 of his knockouts have come within the first four rounds, so it's possible there could be a quick demolition job here.”
Tale of the Tape
Height: 6’ 2”
Height: 6’ 1 ½”
Arthur: WBC #8; IBF #4; WBO #1; IBO #12; BoxRec #17
Faraci: IBO #17; BoxRec #31
Check back on July 9.
Lyndon Arthur vs Davide Faraci
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10x3 WBO International super-middleweight title
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10x3 WBO Global super-featherweight title
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8x3 Bantamweight contest
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6x3 Super-featherweight contest
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6x3 Lightweight contest
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4x3 Heavyweight contest
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4x3 Super-welterweight contest