June 23, 2018
June 23, 2018
Martin Murray fight time

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Martin Murray fight time and where to watch it

Martin Murray tops the bill on Saturday (June 23) against Roberto Garcia for the WBC Silver middleweight title at the O2 arena in London, and live on BT Sport 1 and BoxNation.

Here is all you need to know about Saturday nights event:

Rounds scheduled

12 three-minute rounds in the middleweight division.

TV Coverage

The fight will be shown live on BT Sport 1 (Sky channel 413), (BT channel 430) (Virgin channel 527). Coverage starts at 7pm. BoxNation also broadcast at 7pm. Alternatively you can also use the BT Sport App to watch it on a smartphone, tablet or laptop.

Fight card – The rundown

Roberto Garcia vs Martin Murray – WBC Silver middleweight title

After WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders pulled out of his world title defence against Murray for the second time, Mexico’s Garcia was drafted in as a replacement. Garcia won the WBC Silver title in August 2017 beating countrymen Omar Chavez and Murray will mark the first defence of his belt.

Martin Murray fight time

Paul Kamanga vs Ohara Davies – WBC International super-lightweight title

Davies was set to face fellow Brit Josh Leather however after a late pull out WBC International titlist Kamanga stepped in and will make the first defence of the title he won against Christopher Sebire in November 2017.

Anthony Yarde vs Dariusz Sek – WBO Intercontinental light-heavyweight Title

Unbeaten in 15 with 14 knockouts, rising prospect Yarde defends his WBO titles against Pole Sek (27-3-3), marking the first time the Londoner has faced a southpaw.

Daniel Dubois vs Tom Little – English heavyweight title

Dubois challenges for the vacant English title in only his eighth fight, having won seven straight inside the distance beforehand. Little holds a record of 10-5 (3) and recently spent time sparring former unified heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

Also on the bill…

Harvey Horn – Flyweight Horn is a former amateur star who competed for GB at the European championships while also representing the British Lionhearts in the World Series of Boxing. Horn is trained by Mark Tibbs, who has led the 22 year-old to two wins in as many bouts scoring one stoppage, since turning professional in December 2017.