The WBA and IBF world heavyweight titles will be on the line when the two meet at Wembley Stadium in front of a 90,000 sell-out crowd.
But the night will also be made worthwhile by a mouth-watering undercard featuring some of Britain’s most exciting talents.
Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko undercard time
The gates will open at Wembley Stadium at 5.30pm with the opening fight scheduled to start at 6.30pm.
It means the main event between Joshua and Klitschko is supposed to start at 10pm but that will depend on the smooth progress of the undercard as always.
Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko undercard TV channel
The entire night is available via pay-per-view in the UK on Sky Sports Box Office while the US rights have been sold to CBS’ Showtime service.
However, the early parts of the undercard are often shown for free before the channel is encrypted meaning regular Sky Sports subscribers should be able to see at least some boxing action on the night without forking out for the pay-per-view.
Anthony Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko undercard
Scott Quigg v Viorel Simion (featherweight; 12 three-minute rounds, WBA International belt)
Luke Campbell v Darleys Perez (lightweight; 12 three-minute rounds, WBA eliminator)
Katie Taylor v Nina Meinke (lightweight; 10 two-minute rounds, WBA Inter-Continental belt)
Lawrence Okolie v Russell Henshaw (cruiserweight; four three-minute rounds)
Josh Kelly v TBA (super-welterweight; four three-minute rounds)
Joe Cordina v Jay Carney (super-featherweight; four three-minute rounds)
Source : EXPRESS