Where to watch British boxing this weekend - televised shows on May 31 & June 1

Where to watch British boxing this weekend - televised shows on May 31 & June 1

Published On Tuesday, May 28, 2019By Tim Rickson

BBN list details for all the British boxers on show this weekend

Want to know where to watch this weekend’s British boxing action? Check out a list of televised shows involving British boxers hitting your screens on the 22nd weekend of the year:


Friday 31st May – VIP Boxing TV

Lukas Ndafoluma vs Liberty Muwaniwill
10x3 middleweight contest

It’s not a show involving British boxers, but it is being broadcast by a British promoter, Steve Wood, the head of VIP Promotions and manager of Josh Warrington.

A six-fight Kalakoda Promotions card in Harare will be headlined by Namibia’s Lukas Ndafoluma (15-2), 33, and Zimbabwe’s Liberty Muwaniwill (4-3), 24, in a scheduled 10-round middleweight contest, live on VIP Boxing TV.

Undercard highlights: Chiedza Homakoma (2-1-2) vs Euria Matoga (1-1)

More details: http://britishboxingnews.co.uk/blogs/vip-promotions-broadcast-another-night-of-african-boxing


Saturday 1st June – ESPN+ & iFL TV

Jay Harris vs Angel Moreno
12x3 EBU European flyweight title

Commonwealth flyweight champion Jay Harris (15-0), 28 from Swansea, vies for European glory against world title challenger Angel Moreno (19-3-2) from Madrid, at the Vale Sports Arena in

Cardiff, live on ESPN+ and iFL TV.

Undercard highlights: Kieran Gething (8-2-1) vs Craig Woodruff (7-4) for the Welsh Area super-lightweight title

More details: http://britishboxingnews.co.uk/blogs/jay-harris-vs-angel-moreno-european-title-fight-confirmed

UPDATE: Jay Harris won by unanimous decision, one judge scored the full 12 rounds to the Welshman who is now the European flyweight champion. Kieran Gething successfully defended his Welsh Area super-lightweight title with a 97-95 points victory.


Saturday 1st June – Sky Sports

Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr
WBA ‘Super’, IBF, WBO & IBO world heavyweight titles

Anthony Joshua (22-0) makes his US debut against stand-in opponent Andy Ruiz Jr (32-1) at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York, live on Sky Sports Box Office.

Undercard highlights: Katie Taylor vs Delfine Persoon for the WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO world lightweight titles and The Ring Magazine belt

More details: http://britishboxingnews.co.uk/blogs/anthony-joshua-vs-andy-ruiz-jr-fight-time-date-tv-channel-undercard-schedule-venue-betting-odds-and-live-stream-details

UPDATE: Ruiz Jr stuns Joshua to become the first world heavyweight champion of Mexican descent - read the full report here: http://britishboxingnews.co.uk/blogs/andy-ruiz-jr-stuns-anthony-joshua