Boxing on TV tonight, schedule, live streams, fight times and undercards
Scott Quigg will make his long-awaited comeback to the ring in a hotly-anticipated showdown with Jono Carroll in Manchester tonight.
The Lancashire super-featherweight has not boxed competitively since a TKO victory against Mario Briones in October 2018.
Irishman Carroll was last in action back in August, recording a unanimous points win over Eleazar Valenzuela, which followed his only career defeat at the hands of Tevin Farmer.
The 27-year-old claimed former super-bantamweight world champion Quigg had "had his day" in the pre-fight press conference, as his opponent admitted it was a "must-win" encounter.
Heavyweight Hughie Fury will also look to get his career back on track on the evening's undercard at the Manchester Arena, which also includes Liverpudlian Anthony Fowler.
Here is all the information you need to watch the fights…
Scott Quigg vs Jono Carroll
The evening's undercard starts from 4:30pm, with ring walks for the main event due to take place around 10pm.
The fight will be screened live on Sky Sports, with coverage starting from 7pm.
Fans in the US can catch the action on DAZN.
The fight will also be streamed on the Sky Sports website, as well as Sky Sports Facebook from 6pm.
Hughie Fury vs Pavel Sour
Zach Parker vs Rohan Murdock
Anthony Fowler vs Theophilus Tetteh
Jack Cullen vs Tomas Reynoso
Robbie Davies Jr vs Damian Leonardo Yapur
Dalton Smith vs Benson Nyilawila
Reshat Mati vs Abdallah Luanja
Aqib Fiaz vs Dean Jones
Ibrahim Nadim vs Stefan Nicole
Bradley Rea vs Pavol Garaj
Blane Hyland vs Joel Sanchez
Full odds available at thepools.com
Brooklyn native Adam Kownacki takes on 36 year old Robert Helenius in a 12-round WBA Heavyweight title eliminator at the Barclays Center in New York
Undefeated Polish heavyweight Adam Kownacki headlines the Barclays Center for the second time on Saturday night when he takes on Sweden's Robert Helenius in New York.
Last time out, Kownacki went the full 12 rounds for the first time when he fought American heavyweight Chris Arreola and ultimately won the fight with a unanimous points decision.
'The Nordic Nightmare' Helenius won his most recent bout with a second round knockout against Mateus Roberto Osorio of Brazil.
The main fight card is an all heavyweight affair as it features the 10-round co-main event between Efe Ajagba and Razvan Cojanu, as well as the vacant WBC continental Americas heavyweight title bout between Frank Sanchez and Joey Dawejko.
Adam Kownacki vs Robert Helenius
The main event is likely to start at 4am UK time on Sunday morning.
Kownacki vs Helenius will be available to watch on Premier Sports 2, with coverage starting at 1am.
You can stream Kownacki vs Helenius for free as part of a BT Sport subscription, as it includes BoxNation. They allow streaming of their boxing cards via the BT Sport app and online player. This is included for free if you order BT Sport on Sky TV, TalkTalk TV or BT TV.
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