Northern Irish boxer Carl Frampton is set to take on Luke Jackson for highly anticipated fight in his home town in Belfast. Its a huge fight for Frampton who is looking to add another major scalp on his cv in this case, undefeated Australian Luke Jackson for the interim WBO Featherweight title on Saturday, 18th August 2018 at the Windsor Park Arena in Belfast, Norther Ireland. The UK viewers can watch the fight live on BT Sports 1 and BoxNation while BBC 5 Live will provide the radio coverage all over UK. There are several quality undercard fights including Tyson Fury vs Pianeta and below is the entire schedule and run down on the nights events.
Carl Frampton vs Luke Jackson TV Coverage: Frampton vs Jackson will be aired on BT Sports 1 and BoxNation channels both non-PPV but subscription is required on both channels to watch the fight in the UK. Both BT Sports and BoxNation coverage can also be access online and mobile devices. The coverage is set to start at around 07:00 p.m uk time while the main-event between Frampton and Jackson won’t start anytime before 11:00 p.m uk time. Cristofer Rosales vs Paddy Barnes for the WBC Flyweight title and Tyson Fury vs Pianeta is also set to take place on what is a very interesting undercard.
|COVERAGE STARTS||07:00 pm uk time on BT Sports 1 and BoxNation (non-PPV)|
|Channels||BT Sports 1 and BoxNation will have the coverage starting at around 06:00 p.m uk time while BBC 5 live has radio coverage. The main-even won’t start anytime before 11:00 p.m uk time|
|fight 1||Steven Collins Jr vs Steven Ward (cruiserweight)|
|fight 2||Cristofer Rosales vs Paddy Barnes – (WBC flyweight title)|
|Co-Feature||Tyson Fury vs Francisco Pianeta – (Heavyweight)|
|Main-Event||Carl Frampton vs Luke Jackson – (interim WBO Featherweight title)|
Big boxing night for the careers of both Frampton and Jackson as the winner from this fight is granted another big money fight against the winner of Lee Selby vs Josh Warrington. Australian Luke Jackson is a quality fighter who will bring his undefeated record to the table and for him at the age of 33, there won’t be a better time to win a world title. Carl Frampton has had a wonderful career and his only defeat came in the hands of Leo Santa Cruz in the rematch back in January 2017.