Carl Frampton returns to action to fulfill a boyhood dream of fighting at Windsor Park, whilst Tyson Fury bids to set up a WBC heavyweight title challenge against Deontay Wilder. The full undercard, TV coverage, plus ring walks and live scorecards are set for one of the most eagerly anticipated shows of the year.
Where can I watch Carl Frampton take on Luke Jackson?
The fight will be broadcast exclusively on BT Sport.
Coverage will start at 7.45pm on BT Sport 1, available on Sky channel 413, Virgin 531 or BT TV 408.
Streams will only appear 10 minute before the start of the match.
Paddy Barnes will start televised proceedings on Saturday August 18th when he challenges WBC World Flyweight champion Cristofer Rosales for his world championship in front of a home crowd in Belfast at the city’s national stadium, Windsor Park.
Televised coverage of the big night of boxing will begin straight after the huge Premier League local derby between Chelsea and Arsenal live on BT Sport 1. Coverage of the big fight night will begin at 7:45pm.
the World Boxing News site from around 7.45pm (2.45pm ET) to follow all the action as it happens
Here’s all the information at hand with the running order for Saturday night to follow.
Full confirmed Belfast card for Windsor Park:
interim WBO featherweight title
- Carl Frampton v Luke Jackson
12 – WBC flyweight title
- Cristofer Rosales v Paddy Barnes
10 – heavyweight
- Tyson Fury v Francesco Pianeta
The fight is scheduled as the final bout of the night, and is expected to commence around 10.30pm. At the 25,000 capacity Windsor Park in Belfast, the home of the Northern Ireland football team.