Usyk vs Bellew: Fight start time, date, live stream, TV channel, undercard, tickets

TONY BELLEW has the final fight of his fabled career when he takes on Oleksandr Usyk for all the world cruiserweight titles this weekend.

The British boxer used to hold the WBC cruiserweight title and will move down a division after beating David Haye in the heavyweight division. Bellew has said that he will retire whatever the outcome of Saturday's bout.

 Tony Bellew measures up to Oleksandr Usyk as the Brit prepares to sign off at the very top

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Tony Bellew measures up to Oleksandr Usyk as the Brit prepares to sign off at the very top

When is the fight and what time does it start?

It will be held this Saturday night – November 10 at the Manchester Arena.

Coverage on Sky Sports Box Office will start at 6pm.

The main event expected at around 10pm.

What channel is it on and can I live stream it?

You will be able to watch the fight live on Sky Sports Box Office on TV and online.

  • The fight can be bought through your Sky box or on Sky Sport Box Office's website to live stream.
  • You don't have to be a Sky customer to be able to purchase the live stream of the event from Sky Sport Box Office's website.
  • This is Sky's pay-per-view system and is often used for big fights such as Anthony Joshua vs Alexander Povetkin in September.
  • The event is priced at £19.95 for UK customers and €24.95 in Republic of Ireland.
  • The show will be repeated at 9am and 4pm on Sunday, November 11.

Are tickets on sale and where can I buy them?

Tickets are available on the StubHub resale market from £150.

Doors open at 5.30pm.

Who is on the undercard?

Hometown favourite Anthony Crolla is in action as is fellow ex-world champ Ricky Burns.

  • Ricky Burns vs Scott Cardle (10 rounds lightweight)
  • Anthony Crolla vs Daud Yordan (12 rounds lightweight)
  • Josh Kelly vs TBA (welterweight)
  • Sam Hyde vs Richar Riakporhe (10 rounds cruiserweight)

What have the fighters said?

Bellew: "The sooner I stop, maybe the better because I'll fight anyone – King Kong, if I was allowed I would.

"I've had an exit strategy planned for quite a while now.

"If I don't stop now, my wife will divorce me after four or five months and that's not the plan."

Usyk: "One reason we have agreed to fight Bellew is to get to Joshua.

"It is exactly part of the strategy and why we have this co-operation with Eddie Hearn [Bellew's promoter].

"He has Tony, he has Anthony, he has Dillian Whyte and a couple more heavyweights. It's the best way, the shortest — not the easiest — way to fight Anthony."

Cruiserweight of the World fight between Alexander Usyk and Tony Bellew is officially announced

TONY BELLEW has the final fight of his fabled career when he takes on Oleksandr Usyk for all the world cruiserweight titles this weekend.