Chris Eubank Jr steps in the ring to defend his IBO World Super Middleweight title against Arthur Abraham on ITV Box Office later this evening.
The IBO World Super Middleweight champion is looking to add to his impressive tally of 24 wins out of 25 fights, but faces stiff competition from a former three time champ.
Arthur Abraham goes into the fight with a record of 46 wins and 5 losses from 51 fights. This includes 30 wins by KO.
He’s a former holder of the IBF middleweight world title and WBO super-middleweight title, and has fought the likes of Carl Froch and Andre Ward.
But while Abraham has the experience, Chris Eubank Jr has been on a roll since losing via split decision to Billy Joe Saunders in 2014.
The 27-year-old comfortably beat Renold Quinlan to win the IBO World Super Middleweight title back in February, having previously beat the likes of Tom Doran and Nick Blackwell.
If you want to keep up with the action from the SSE Arena Wembley later tonight, then check out Express Online’s streaming guide below…
How to watch Chris Eubank Jr v Arthur Abraham…
Chris Eubank Jr’s title defence against Arthur Abraham will be shown on ITV Box Office, which is available on Sky, Virgin Media and online.
ITV Box Office is available on Sky channel 493, but only for viewers with Sky HD or SkyQ boxes.
If you’re new to ITV Box Office, you’ll have to register on the official website, before purchasing with your Sky remote. Sky customers who purchased the previous ITV Box Office event can buy the fight with their Sky remote without registering.
The main event between Chris Eubank Jr and Arthur Abraham is expected to begin around 10pm, although the event and undercard starts at 6.30pm.
The event costs £16.95 on Sky, or €19.95 in Republic of Ireland.
Virgin Media customers can watch the fight with a Virgin Media TiVo or V6 box.
To access the event, just press Home or On-demand on your remote, and select the Live Events channel for purchasing options.
The fight can also be streamed directly from ITV Box Office on PC, smartphones, tablets and Amazon Fire Sticks.
After visiting the ITV Box Office website, boxing fans can select the TVPlayer option to watch the event online.
After creating a TVPlayer account, users can pay the £16.95 fee to access to the live stream and 7 days of on-demand catch up.
As an added bonus, the title fight will also be shown at select Vue cinemas. Contact your local Vue cinema for availability.
Source : EXPRESS