BoxNation TV will be screening live this weekends big fight cards involving British boxers in a fantastic double header which starts on Saturday from 7pm, with the UK return of Bolton’s Amir Khan who takes on Julio Diaz at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield, that will be followed by Martin Murray’s world title challenge of Sergio Martinez LIVE from Argentina.
On the Sheffield bill, there is a good match-up between super-featherweight’s Gary Sykes and Jon Kays, starting at 7pm.
Amir Khan’s younger brother and 2010 Commonwealth Games Bronze medallist, Haroon Khan will be making his professional debut against Stefan Slavchev at 8pm, followed by the highly anticipated Heavyweight showdown between 2000 Olympic Champion Audley Harrison and unbeaten US prospect Deontay Wilder at 8.30pm.
Exciting British star and 2012 Olympic Bronze medallist Anthony Ogogo will also make his professional debut as he takes on Kieron Gray live at 9.30pm.
The headlining fight of the night, Amir Khan vs Julio Diaz, is due to be broadcast from 10.10pm with ‘The King’s’ walk-on LIVE from Sheffield.
Also on the bill is: Welterweights Jack Catterall vs Marc Mckray; Heavyweights David Allen vs Deyan Mihailov; Junior Welterweights Terry Flannigan vs Nate Campbell; Junior Middlweights Tomas Mazurkiewicz vs Adam Jones; Junior Middleweights Rick Godding vs Bradley Pryce and Welterweights Adrian Gonzalez vs Marc Callaghan.
The night will also feature a top presenter line up including BoxNation’s Richard Keys and Steve Lillis, alongside British and Commonwealth Heavyweight Champion David Price and Former British Lightweight Champion Anthony Crolla.
Expert ringside commentary will be provided by John Rawling and Former British Super-Middleweight Champion Paul Smith.
Following the ‘Return of the King’ and before heading over to Buenos Aires, Steve Bunce will be joined by former WBO World Super-Featherweight Champion Barry Jones and Irish Middleweight Star Andy Lee for the Buncey phone in.
From 2am the action will switch LIVE to the Velez Sarsfield Stadium in Buenos Aires where St Helen’s Martin Murray faces one of the biggest challenges ever by a British fighter overseas when he takes on WBC World Middleweight Champion and top three pound-for-pound best Sergio Martinez in front of a crowd of 50,000.