Joshua vs Povetkin – where and when
The Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin fight takes place at London’s famous Wembley Stadium TONIGHT!
The duo are set to enter the ring at around 10pm BST, which is 5pm ET, 2pm PT and 7am Sunday AET.
Joshua vs Povetkin is HERE! If you’ve landed on this guide, it’s because you’re in a panic trying to find a live stream. Well the good news is that we have all the information you need right here. Take a scan below to see how to watch where you are, a tip for streaming safely, and information on a FREE Joshua vs Povetkin live stream in certain in the US and other regions.
Joshua’s ascent to the top of the heavyweight boxing tree has seen him become a bona fide international sport star and every AJ bout becomes an eagerly-anticipated affair. Saturday’s showdown at Wembley is no different, as the Brit looks to defend his immaculate 21-0 record and move a step closer to a sought-after fight with Deontay Wilder.
But Saturday’s partisan home crowd could be much mistaken if they’re expecting a cruise for AJ. Only the great Wladimir Klitschko has ever defeated Povetkin in his 35 career fights, and the Russian will be full of confidence having registered eight consecutive victories since that defeat.
With Joshua’s mix of fleet-footed style and heavy-hitting substance, this is a contest not to be missed whatever the outcome. Keep scrolling down to find out how you can watch Joshua vs Povetkin wherever you are in the world – but hurry, there isn’t long until the fight starts. Ding ding!
Live stream the Joshua vs Povetkin fight from anywhere with a VPN
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How to watch Joshua vs Povetkin: US stream
DAZN is hosting the fight exclusively in the US
DAZN USA has its first ever fight night stateside and it kicks off with a bang. Joshua vs Povetkin coverage starts today at 4.30pm ET and 1.30pm PT on the subscription channel.
A DAZN contract will set you back $9.99 per month, but the first month is FREE. The channel is promising ‘over 70 fight nights per year’.
If signing up to DAZN appeals but you’re outside the US this weekend, then using a VPN will let you watch like you’re back at home.
How to watch the AJ vs Povetkin fight: UK stream
How to watch Joshua vs Povetkin: Canada live stream
DAZN has the rights in Canada too
DAZN is the channel holding the cards for Joshua vs Povetkin in Canada, too. Canadians are also offered the one month free trial, though subscriptions are $20 per month or $150 annually at present.
Of course, if you are outside Canada, you can follow the VPN route above and tune in with a DAZN log-in all the same.
How to watch Joshua vs Povetkin: Australia stream
The fight is being shown exclusively on Main Event
The Joshua vs Povetkin fight is being streamed exclusively in Australia by Main Event, with the coverage starting at an early 3am – three or four hours before AJ and his Russian nemesis are expected to enter the ring.
The fight costs $49.95 via Foxtel and includes replays at 10am, 5pm and 12am later on Sunday, then every 6 hours from 6am on Monday, September 24.
Not in Australia right now? You’ll need to use a VPN to watch this stream outside of Australia even if you’re an Aussie in another country.
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