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When is the Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew weigh in and how to watch it?


Oleksandr Usyk and Tony Bellew are ready to weigh in (Picture: Reuters)

Potentially one of the fights of the year comes round on Saturday night as Tony Bellew challenges Oleksandr Usyk for his vast collection of cruiserweight world titles.

The Ukrainian (15-0) holds five gold straps at 200lbs and Bellew (30-2-1) is looking to take all of them at the Manchester Arena this weekend.

The pair, along with the rest of the undercard, will weigh in on Friday afternoon in Manchester, which will be of interest for the main event as Bellew drops down from heavyweight where he competed in his last two fights.

Here is when and where the weigh in is taking place and how to watch it.

When is the Usyk vs Bellew weigh in?

The weigh in starts at 1pm on Friday 9 November at Manchester Central on Windmill Street.

It is free to attend with doors opening at midday.

Bellew is dropping down from heavyweight (Picture: PA Wire)

How to watch the weigh in

There are numerous options to catch the weigh in live.

You can watch is on Matchroom Boxing’s Facebook page, or their YouTube, whilst IFL TV are also streaming it on their Facebook.

Sky Sports News will also be covering the event.

What TV channel is Usyk vs Bellew on and is there a live stream?

Sky Sports Box Office are showing the fight live, and you can buy it here for £19.95.

Once ordered, you can stream the action live on your PC, laptop or tablet, or watch on TV.

Tony Bellew is coming off back-to-back wins over David Haye (Picture: Getty Images)

What are the odds?

1/5 Usyk

9/2 Bellew

33/1 Draw

Usyk beat Murat Gassiev in his last fight (Picture: TASS)

Are there tickets left?

There is a handful of tickets left on the floor at Manchester Arena, although they will set you back around £300.

They are available through StubHub.



Usyk vs Bellew undercard

Oleksandr Usyk (15-0) vs Tony Bellew (30-2-1) – IBF, WBA, WBC, WBO cruiserweight titles

Anthony Crolla (33-6-3) vs Daud Yordan (38-3)

Ricky Burns (42-7-1) vs Scott Cardle (23-2-1)

Josh Kelly (7-0) vs Walter Fabian Castillo (13-2)

David Allen (15-4-2) vs Ariel Esteban Bracamonte (8-1)

Sam Hyde (13-0-1) vs Ricahrd Riakporhe (7-0)

Dmytro Mytrofanov (2-0) vs Gino Kanters (5-2)

Alexandros Kartozia (6-1) vs TBA

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