Adonis Stevenson vs Badou Jack fight time and where to watch it

The light-heavyweight world title showdown between WBC champion Adonis Stevenson and Badou Jack takes place on Saturday (May 19) at the Air Canada Center, Toronto in Ontario, Canada

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

Rounds scheduled  

12 three-minute rounds in the light-heavyweight division.

TV Coverage

The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event (channel 401) with coverage beginning at 2.00am in the UK. In the USA Showtime will broadcast the fight, their programming starts at 10.05pm ET.


You can also use the Sky GO app.

Adonis Stevenson vs Badou Jack fight time

Fight card – The rundown

Adonis Stevenson vs Badou Jack- WBC Light-Heavyweight World Title

Adonis Stevenson is making his ninth defence since winning his title  in June 2013 against Chad Dawson but the Canadian has only fought six times in four years. In that time Badou Jack won the WBC super-middleweight title against Anthony Dirrell in April 2015, made three successful defences and moved up to light-heavyweight beating Nathan Cleverly for the WBA ‘regular’ light-heavyweight title.

Mikael Zewski vs Diego Gonzalo Luque – Welterweight

Canadian Mikael Zewski has just one loss in 31 contests and formerly held the NABF welterweight title. He faces Argentinian Diego Gonzalo Luque who has a record of 21-5-1 with one of the losses coming against Brit Jack Catterall in December 2016.

Oscar Rivas vs Herve Hubeaux – Heavyweight

Undefeated in 23 contests with 17 knockouts, and a former NABF heavyweight champion, Columbian Oscar Rivas takes on Herve Hubeaux who has a record of 29-2.

Kane Heron vs Ivan Alvarez – Welterweight

Undefeated in 11 contests and a WBA-NABA Canada welterweight belt-holder, 27-year-old Kane Heron takes on Mexican Ivan Alvarez who has a record of 27-9.

Christian Mbilli vs Marcos Jesus Cornejo- Middleweight

Christian Mbilli has recorded nine straight knockout victories and the 23-year-old Frenchman takes on Argentinian Marcos Jesus Cornejo who has 19 wins with two losses.

Sebastien Bouchard vs Sladan Janjanin- Super-Welterweight

Sebastien Bouchard has just one loss in 16 contests and the Canadian comes up against Bosnian Sladan Janjanin who has 24 wins with only two losses and failed in a challenge for the WBC Mediterranean super-middle strap in March 2018.