Ultimate Boxxer 2

Ultimate Boxxer II fight time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue and live stream details

Published On Wednesday, October 3, 2018By British Boxing News

All the details you need to watch Ultimate Boxxer II

Ultimate Boxxer II fight time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue and live stream details revealed

The second installment of Ultimate Boxxer has landed and BBN have listed all of the details fight fans could possibly need to know below:



The eight-man knockout tournament takes place on November 2



It will be hosted at The Indigo at The O2 in Greenwich


Rounds scheduled

3 x three-minute rounds at the light-heavyweight limit over seven bouts in total - quarter-finals; semi-finals; final



The coveted Golden Robe awaits the winner, bestowed personally by boxing legend Ricky 'Hitman' Hatton



The first of the many ringwalks are expected any time after 8:30pm


TV Coverage

In addition to SPORTbible’s coverage from 8:15pm, Ultimate Boxxer 2 will also be broadcast LIVE in the UK on terrestrial free-to-air TV on the Freeview channel 5Spike at 10pm (Freeview 31, Sky 150, Sky (5Spike +1) 250, TalkTalk 31, Freesat 141, BT TV 31, Virgin Media 154).


Live Stream

You can watch online here at My5 and on SPORTbible


Undercard Highlights

Love Island’s Idris Virgo (2-0) appears as he takes part in his third pro fight on the undercard in his first appearance in the ring since his stint on TV’s most popular reality TV show


Running Order

Former English light-heavyweight champion Joel McIntyre (17-2); last-minute replacement Georgii Bacon (1-1); the highly-touted unbeaten 6ft 6in Shakan Pitters (7-0), 29 from Birmingham; courageous Dec ‘Kyd Nytro’ Spelman (12-1) who returns to the biggest stage yet since his tragic fight with the late Scott Westgarth; Southern Area title contender Jordan Joseph (7-2-1); British Challenge belt champion ‘Dazzling’ Darrel Church, (7-2-1); Frimley’s fledgling pro Sam Horsfall (2-0), widely considered as the wildcard after turning professional only earlier this year; and Paddy Fitzpatrick’s protégé ‘Sniper’ Sam Smith (5-1).