The 2020 calendar is fast approaching an end, and the boxing heavyweight division is closing the year with a big blow. Heavyweight heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua will face the Kobrat Pulif Saturday night at the SSE Arena near Wembley Stadium.
How to watch Joshua vs. Boliv
The fight takes place at the SSE Arena at the Wembley Stadium complex in London. It will air from the UK on Sky Sports Box Office PPV with the main card going live at 2:00 PM ET. Joshua vs.Boliv will likely be broadcast around 7:00 PM ET. The PPV is £ 24.95, which is equivalent to $ 33.33. It can be watched on NOW TV Smart Stick, PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android phones or tablets.
History of the Fighter
Joshua enters the fight with a record of 23-1 as he holds the IBF, WBA, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles. He regained the Four Belts a year ago this week when he defeated Andy Ruiz Jr. by unanimous decision. Ruiz had stunned Joshua six months earlier, leading to his first defeat to Joshua in the seventh round of TKO. Joshua was hoping to climb further to face Tyson Fores into the world, and the gossip made him look to use this fight against Boliv as a springboard to confront Fury or perhaps Deontay Wilder.
Pulev is the 10th heavyweight in the overall standings, but he did this fight as the number one contender in FIFA. Boliv enters the fight with a record of 28-1 and has won eight fights in a row. His only loss came in 2014 in the fifth knockout round at the hands of champion Vladimir Klitschko. Boliv has since won the WBA World Heavyweight Championship title and is expected to win unanimously over Riddle Booker in November 2019.
Money line (3 methods)
Boliv + 650
Anthony Joshua by KO, TKO, or DQ: -305
Anthony Joshua on points (after 12 rounds): +333
Boliv cups by KO, TKO or DQ: +900
Boliv Cups in points (after 12 rounds): +2000
To go the distance
Anthony Joshua vs Boliv Cuprat, 12-round, for IBO, WBA, IBF, WBO Heavyweight titles
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Martin Bakool vs Sergey Cosmin, 10 rounds, heavyweight
Macaulay McGowan vs Kieron Conway, 10 rounds, junior middleweight
Florian Marco vs Alex Veron, 8 rounds, welterweight
Pity gauge vs. Ashley Lynn, shit rounds, junior feather weights