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Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk epic heavyweight rematch will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports Box Office | Boxing News

Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk epic heavyweight rematch will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports Box Office | Boxing News

Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk epic heavyweight rematch will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports Box Office | Boxing News
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The Oleksandr Usyk vs Anthony Joshua rematch is on August 20, live on Sky Athletics Box Office

Anthony Joshua’s big heavyweight rematch versus Oleksandr Usyk will be revealed dwell on Sky Sporting activities Box Place of work.

Joshua shares the ring all over again with Usyk on August 20 in Saudi Arabia as the British star seeks to avenge the gorgeous factors reduction he endured in September at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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Joshua and Usyk shared an intensive deal with-off ahead of their second world heavyweight title battle

With a new trainer in his corner in Robert Garcia, Joshua is trying to grow to be a 3-time earth champion by reclaiming the IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight.

Joshua has presently skilled rematch achievements in Saudi Arabia when he boxed Andy Ruiz Jr in Diriyah in December 2019, sealing a points victory to get back his earth belts.

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Joshua has joked that every single time Tyson Fury predicts he will drop a fight he finishes up successful it!

Adam Smith, Head of Boxing Advancement for Sky Sports, stated: “Sky Sports activities viewers have relished a long historical past with AJ, seeing his each individual struggle due to the fact he turned skilled in 2013.

“We also know Oleksandr Usyk pretty very well, acquiring experienced the past 4 of the Ukrainian’s fights exclusively stay on Sky Sports.

“This rematch is a substantial celebration with almost everything on the line and so several concerns to be answered. We are not able to hold out to bring it to boxing supporters in the British isles & Ireland in true Sky Sports trend with all the construct-up it warrants.”