Anthony Joshua is set to defend his IBF Heavyweight title on Saturday, 10 December 2016 against Eric Molina in what should be a good fight headlining a decent SkyBox Office PPV. There are number of quality fights on the undercard maybe not as good as to be worth a PPV but hey its Eddie Hearns and SkySports who hardly have any big names under their roster and this card is the max they could put together. The co-feature event of the night is another competitive fight where Derech Chisora takes on Dillian Whyte while Luis Ortiz take on David Allen in another heavyweight battle.
Joshua vs Molina TV Coverage Details: Its a pretty decent card and will be a long night on Sky Box Office where coverage begins at around 06:00 pm uk time. Coverage goes to PPV encryption at around 07:00 pm. Since there are several big names fighting on the undercard we can confirm the main-event between Joshua and Molina won’t start anytime before midnight uk time. Below is the entire schedule of fight night.
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How to buy PPV ?: If you are in the UK, you can order Joshua vs Molina ppv via skySports website (my.sky.com/orderboxoffice/) to order the PPV which is priced at £16.95 / €21.95.
|Katie Taylor vs TBA (Not confirmed yet)||06:00 pm uk time|
|Scott Quigg v Jose Cayetano (Featherweight)||06:45 pm uk time|
|Hosea Burton v Frank Buglioni (Light Heavyweight)||07:30 pm uk time|
|Luis Ortiz v David Allen (8-Round Heavyweight)||08:15 pm uk time|
|Callum Smith v Luke Blackledge (Super-middleweight)||09:00 pm uk time|
|Luis Concepcion v Kal Yafai (Super-flyweight)||09:45 pm uk time|
|Dillian Whyte v Dereck Chisora (British heavyweight title)||10:30 pm uk time|
|Anthony Joshua v Eric Molina (IBF Heavyweight title)||11:30 pm uk time|
If you don’t have access to SkySports or you reside abroad you can always search for live stream links on internet. There are several dedicated sports streaming sites which offer links before the start of the event. Although if you are in the United Kingdom you should spend a few bucks and buy the PPV as it comes with HD quality picture and of course stable. While free streams are choppy and usually go down during the fight.