What time is Whyte vs Chisora tonight? What time are Frampton vs Warrington ring walks? Can I watch both fights on TV?

What time is Whyte vs Chisora tonight? What time are Frampton vs Warrington ring walks? Can I watch both fights on TV?

We’re all set to end a huge year of boxing in Britain on Saturday night.

In London, heavyweight rivals Dereck Chisora and Dillian Whyte meet in a grudge rematch at The O2 Arena.

Dereck Chisora against Dillian Whyte has been described as a tired re-hash by Frank Warren
Dereck Chisora and Dillian Whyte will clash once again on Saturday night

Meanwhile at Manchester Arena, Josh Warrington makes the first defence of his IBF featherweight title against former two-weight world champion Carl Frampton.

Both events have good undercards too, with Ryan Walsh, Joshua Buatsi and David Price on the Whyte vs Chisora bill, while Billy Joe Saunders and Tyson Fury’s brother Tommy are among a host of names in action ahead of Warrington vs Frampton.

Who is on the undercard?

Whyte v Chisora II

  • Ryan Walsh vs Reece Bellotti (featherweight)
  • Cristofer Rosales vs Charlie Edwards (WBC flyweight title)
  • Joshua Buatsi vs Renold Quinlan (light heavyweight)
  • David Price vs Tom Little (heavyweight)
  • Linus Udofia vs Pavol Garaj
  • Fabio Wardley vs Phil Williams (heavyweight)
Joshua Buatsi is back in action at the 02

Warrington v Frampton

  • Mark Heffron vs Liam Williams (middleweight)
  • Nathan Gorman vs Razvan Cojanu (heavyweight)
  • Lyndon Arthur vs Emmanuel Feuzeu (light heavyweight)
  • Jack Massey vs Jiri Svacina (cruiserweight)
  • Tommy Fury vs Jevgenijs Andrejevs (light heavyweight)
  • Martin Murray vs Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam (middleweight)
  • Michael Conlan vs Jason Cunnigham (featherweight)
  • Billy Joe Saunders vs Zoltan Sera
  • Paddy Barnes vs TBA (flyweight)
  • Danny Wright vs TBA (super lightweight)
  • Sam Maxwell vs TBA (super lightweight)
Former WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders makes his comeback after a year out

Will you be able to watch both fights?

There’s a chance you may be able to watch both fights.

The undercard for Whyte v Chisora is drastically shorter than Warrington v Frampton, perhaps unsurprising considering Frank Warren planned his event much further in advance than Eddie Hearn.

However, according to talkSPORT’s very own Adam Catterall, Warrington and Frampton will start at 10pm while Whyte v Chisora will start at 10.30pm.

It is expected that Martin Murray’s fight will be a long battle so those times should be accurate.

Josh Warrington defends his title against Carl Frampton

Where can I watch the fights and what will they cost?

Whyte v Chisora II

The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office with coverage from 6pm.

It will cost £19.95 for the main event and undercard, and Virgin, BT TV and Sky customers will all be able to watch it.

You can also watch it online, on your mobile and tablet.

Warrington v Frampton

BT Sport Box Office holds the television rights to the fight.

It will cost £19.99 to purchase and will be able to watch BT TV, Sky and Virgin Media.

You can also live stream the fight through the BT Sport Box Office app.

Source: SportsLatest TS